Happy New Year!
Workshop dates for the first part of 2021 are now open for bookings.
With everything being so uncertain with Covid-19 and restrictions, my last class took place in March 2019.
I now have class dates schedules from February to March 2021 covering watercolour journalling, colour mixing, beach themes and boho florals.
Check out the classes page for more details and dates.
Hope to see you soon!
Hey everyone! Have you been daydreaming about holidays you can't go on? Has facebook been taunting you with pictures of overseas adventures you were living this time last year?
I'm SO EXCITED to tell you my 4TH CLASS is now live! In Portfolio Builder: Flatlay Fun I break down the steps to create a flatlay illustration inspired by your fave ADVENTURE. It can be an adventure you plan to go on, once the borders are open and we can travel again, or a holiday you took last year. Drawing little icons is heaps on fun!
Hello! I hope you are safe and well in these crazy times.
I have just published my third Skillshare class: Bite-sized Botanicals - Heritage Carrots!
It's short, project based class. Watch it in under 30 minutes. Paint along, or complete the project in your lunch break or after dinner!!
The perfect something to do during these times of isolation and endless at-home-ness.
Watch the preview here:
I hope you are getting a chance to do something creative and feed your mental health. x
After compiling survey feedback from my lovely subscribers, I am happy to announce 5 classes for early 2020. Join me in Melville, Western Australia, and learn the magic of watercolour as we paint florals, sea turtles, succulents and more!
I'm also teaching classes that incorporate gouache or coloured pencils with watercolour technique. Can't wait!
Check out the classes here.
If you can learn with me in person, you can always check out my online classes via Skillshare. I have a pile of new ones planned for 2020.
Happy Holidays and Happy Painting!
I'm so excited to be included in this month's SurfGirl magazine! I copy arrived in my letterbox and it looks beeeeyoootiful! I've written a tutorial for creating your own quiver of surfy bookmarks.
I was also interviewed for the SurfGirl website and you can also see me painting over there too!
Check it out the interview here:
WELCOME TO MERMAiD'S COiN
Surf Artist, Hannah Katarski is based in Fremantle, Western Australia. She creates ocean-inspired art that is bohemian, retro and fun.