Drawing Trees & Flowers by Margaret Eggleton & Denis John-Naylor offers a detailed and comprehensive guide to drawng trees and flowers. Full of inspiring detail, this book will help you develop the confidence to tackle advanced drawing techniques.
Margaret Eggleton & Denis John-Naylor combine their talents to create this extensive and informative book. It is full to the brim with lots of inspirational detail and expert instruction, regardless of your skill level. The book guides you through topics including drawing tools and paper sufaces, while the projects with simple instructions will help you develop more advanced drawing skills. Individual trees and flowers are covered, as well as those in a landscape settings - there are also studios on flower collections, dried flowers and flowers in vases. There are detailed studies of leaves, branches and petals, and 19 wonderful step-by-step projects, each culminating in a beautiful drawing you'll be proud of. Suitable for beginners wanting to build up their confidence as well as more seasoned artists seeking inspiration, this book is a must-have for anyone who wants to draw trees and flowers in a variety of media.
208 page Paperback
216 x 280 mm
Margaret Eggleton has been drawing and painting almost all her life and now enjoys working in various media. All her art work has a strong emphasis on drawing. She was a school teacher for many years and now teaches adult classes. She has exhibited locally in Surrey and in London for more than 20 years. She is a member of the Society of Women Artists, the Society of Botanical Artists, and the Society of Graphic Fine Art (The Drawing Society), of which she is a council member. Margaret Eggleton lives in Surrey, UK.
Denis John-Naylor studied natural history illustration at Bournemouth College of Art and wildlife painting, printmaking and life drawing at Swansea Institute. Denis also studied life drawing and painting privately under some well-known contemporary artists. In recent years he has won awards for portrait and plein-air painting. Over the years, he has contributed numerous articles to the Leisure Painter magazine on pencil drawing and acrylic painting. Hobbies include reading biographies and listening to music. Denis lives in Hornchurch, Essex.