Celtic Knots Illustration Workshop

with Katrina Heebner

Saturday, March 13 · view days & times
Price: $25 – $35 | $22.50 - $31.50 ArtsQuest Member

One day VIRTUAL workshop

Saturday, March 13 | 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Learn the art of drawing different types of Celtic knots, just in time for St. Patrick's day! No prior experience needed, perfect for beginners or those looking to learn new forms of illustration. This class will be held virtually via zoom. Zoom link will be sent via email to registered students.

Registration options:
WORKSHOP ONLY ($25): This class level comes only with access to the virtual class on 3/13. The student will have to bring the following materials to class:

  • A selection (at least 1-2) of Broad or chisel tip marker in light or bright color (such a copic, prisma or Blick brand), Black fine tip marker or pigment liner.
  • Paper (white, several sheets)
  • Graph paper (1-2 sheets)
  • Pencil
  • Eraser

**Registration for the WORKSHOP ONLY option will close one hour before class starts.

ALL INCLUSIVE ($35): This class level comes with a supply kit*(available for pick-up at the Banana Factory Arts Center prior to the workshop) which includes:

  • 2 Blicks Markers
  • One pigment liner marker
  • Drawing paper
  • Graph paper

*Students will still need to supply their own pencil and easer.

**Registration for the ALL INCLUSIVE option will close at 11:59AM on Tuesday, 3/9/21.

Katrina Heebner is a Bethlehem artist who works in a variety of artistic media, specializing in fiber, wood, and paper arts. She graduated from Moravian College with a Bachelor’s degree in Art and Psychology where her art studies focused on photography, painting, and drawing. She is a Certified Activity Director and spent 12 years working at a skilled nursing facility providing recreational programs for the elderly. As a teaching artist at the Banana Factory, she enjoys teaching a wide range of art forms to children as well as adults. The past few years, she has been exploring the combination of art and technology, such as sewable electronics and using a CO2 laser as an art tool. She is a volunteer board member at Make Lehigh Valley, a non-profit maker-space in Allentown whose mission is to facilitate and encourage people to make things.