Lara Call Gastinger's drawing of fading goldenrod, grass and Lady's Bedstraw found in the hills above Copşa Mare in early November 2019.

 

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MasterClass 2020  

 

Anita Walsmit Sachs, early 05/20

Margareta Pertl, mid 05/20 

Jess Shepherd, late 05/20

Christabel King, mid 06/20 

Mary Dillon, late 06/20

 Johanna Emgård, mid 07/20

Elaine Searle, early 09/20 Full

Işik Güner, mid 10/20

The de Candole family, a founding subscriber to the Transylvania Florilegium, holds occasional master classes at home in Copşa Mare. Classes are limited to just 4 students & led by some of the world's leading botanical illustrators. You spend a week working on live material you find in the hills hereabouts. Periods of intensive study are balanced with plenty of fresh air, exercise & local food. Everyone stays with us and we all eat together. 

 

During your stay, you may study the Transylvania Florilegium, with over 100 illustrations of local plants drawn by 35 artists, each accompained by John Akeroyd's text giving scientific details. 

Here is a document which tells you more about the village & where you would stay. For more details and prices, please write 

to James de Candole 

And here is a blog by Helen Cousins, a medical doctor and botanical artist who joined a recent master class with us. 

 

Places are limited to just four students in each class. To be sure of yours, 

please book in good time!

Işik Güner at work on an Orchis morio found in the hills above Copşa Mare in late April 2019.

 

Photo by Wolfram Schneider. 

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