Date(s) - February 1, 2022
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Start the new year with a new practice of nature connection through the personal expression of nature journaling. Learn ways in which to slow down to observe, notice, reflect and record in a manner that suits you, whether it be through lists, charts, diagrams, sketches, stories or photos. A nature journal is a personal place to grow your relationship to the natural world, and what better time to initiate this practice than the beginning of a new year!
Register for individual programs or email firstname.lastname@example.org for special pricing if you are interested in registering fall all 6 programs. No experience required.
Suggested supplies: a sketchbook suitable for drawing and watercolor; writing tools such as pencils, pens, fine tip markers; colored pencils or small watercolor sets. Instructor will be demonstrating with travel watercolors in class. A complete supply list is available upon registration.
About the instructor: Elizabeth Higgins is a watercolor artist and arts instructor who develops and facilitates classes and workshops connecting people to nature, mindfulness and creativity. She is known for her calm, supportive teaching style, and her approach is centered on the beliefs that both nature and creative expression are necessary components of human well-being. Learn more about Elizabeth on her website www.elizabethmhiggins.com
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