Color rendering is a creative and dynamic device used to bring your landscape design to life.
Learn the standard tools and practices used to represent the landscape in this informative online series. Explore various media, including pencil, ink, colored pencil, marker, pastel, and watercolor, as well as drafting tools. Using these tools and techniques during plenty of in-class practice time, gain the confidence to communicate your design ideas effectively. This course concludes with a small-group workshop with instructor Zach Hammaker in which he will critique and provide feedback to participants’ work.
This course is required for the Landscape Design Certificate and a pre-requisite for Landscape Design 1.
Tuesdays, February 13–March 5, 2024
Choose one of two workshop time slots, please indicate your choice when registering:
Tuesday, March 12
6:00–7:30 pm or 7:30–9:00 pm
Students will have access to recordings of the weekly lectures and online learning material for six months from the last day of class.