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Nancy Seiler Workshop: Nature Journaling Through Close Observation
September 22 - September 24
LOCATION: Meet on first morning at Escalante Interagency Visitor Center Conference Room.
Sunday, September 22 thru Tuesday, September 24 / 10 AM – 3 PM
COST: $295 includes supplies* / Minimum of 12 – Maximum of 20 / All ability levels
Nancy has great talent, and she shares this with students. Her handouts are helpful and easy to follow. She’s always encouraging and available to give assistance. She is very fun to be around. This was a great course, and it can carry over into our daily lives. – recent workshop participant
Join Nancy Seiler for three different sessions of in-depth nature journaling in canyon country. Day one will be spent event mapping (slow saunter and in-place drawing and journaling). Day two will focus on drawing plants in a step-by-step process so as not to overwhelm. On day three, learn how to capture a landscape in your journal with small sketches that can be completed in a short amount of time. We’ll work in pencil, waterproof pen and watercolor. *Please bring a journal with thicker paper that accepts watercolor (I suggest Moleskine Watercolor Notebook, size 5” x 8.25” or similar). Also remember to bring lunch, snacks, water, sunscreen, something to sit on like a Crazy Creek chair or stool, hat, sunglasses, etc. Dress for the weather!
Nancy Seiler received her Visual Communications degree from The Art Institute of Pittsburgh in 1981. She is a Golden Working Artist for Golden Artist Colors presenting lectures, demonstrations and workshops in acrylics, watercolors, and oils in Southern California and Montana. She has also taught classical botanical illustration and nature journaling since 2003. Seiler has exhibited her acrylic paintings and botanical illustrations since 2002. In the summer of 2014, she co-owned a successful pop-up gallery in Bigfork, Montana. Her work is now represented by Frame of Reference Fine Art in Whitefish, Montana and 709 Gallery in Missoula, Montana.
Visit Nancy’s website to see more of her work here.