Would you like to spend more time outdoors? Do you have an interest in all the wonderful dynamics of nature? Would you like to draw flowers, birds, bugs, even your dog?
In this class you will explore the strategies and skills of nature journaling. A nature journal blends science and art and sharpens our ability to appreciate the world around us. Slowing down to observe details often sparks our curiosity and opens the door to many new ideas and questions.
With simple materials, pen, pencil, and watercolors you will learn to create a journal uniquely personal to your own observations and discoveries. No prior drawing experience is necessary.
Angela Zocco Sturr has taught art and ceramics from her Sebastopol studio for many years. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and shows her work locally.
As a longtime docent of the Laguna Foundation’s Learning Laguna program, she trained for numerous outdoor education programs and completed the UC Naturalists program to become a California Naturalist. As a participant in the citizen science program Beach Watch, she also gathers data monthly on South Salmon Creek beach.
Time: Wednesday, starting Oct. 14, 4-5 pm
Dates: Oct. 14-Nov.18
Ages: All Ages
Class Limit: 12