Master your craft with the Award Winning Wildlife Artist - WARREN CARY

With a focus on Wildlife Art and Pastel Pencils techniques.

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About the Artist

Warren Cary is a well-known and celebrated South African wildlife artist.

He specialises in drawing the amazing nature and wildlife of the Greater Kruger National Park that he is so passionate about. This passion is reflected in the detail of the exceptional work that he produces.

His award-winning work has been described as having an individual style of precision, power and eloquence!

His preferred mediums are pastel and graphite pencil.

Art and wildlife enthusiasts are invited to share Warrens love and knowledge of art and wildlife through a series of art workshops.

Art Class Workshops

Workshop drawing sessions are carried out at the Warren Cary Wildlife Gallery where Warren guides the students through pencil & pastel techniques, textures specific to various animal subjects, light and tonal changes, perspective, composition and focal points.

The drawing exercises focus on specific areas of various animal subjects such as fur, eyes, nose.

Workshops are held in groups of 6 persons, on a Wednesday, over a period of 3 weeks, with morning (7:30 am – 10:00am) or evening (5:00pm to 7:30pm) sessions to choose from.

Arrangements can be made for out of towners with 1 evening class on a Wednesday and a double class on a Thursday.

Ongoing monthly courses are run for students who wish to continue mastering the craft of pastel art.


Course Costs:  

R 1,500.00  3 LESSONS (Per Month) – R 1,000 start up materials

A 50% deposit is required to confirm the booking, and the balance is due on the first day of the Art Workshops.