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Journal in the Majestic Old Growth Redwoods!
March 8, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Do you want to explore the majesty of giant redwoods and discover the botanical and biological treasures that grow nestled beneath them? Now is your chance to experience this calming environment while capturing it in your nature journal because on March 8th I will be leading a field trip to Landpath’s Grove of Old Trees in Occidental! This preserve is a a secret gem in West Sonoma County and has a calming effect on all who visit.
RSVP is required for this special class limited to 15 people. Please contact me directly at marley339 at gmail.com
In this class I will teach art topics including: how to accurately draw trees that have depth, how to incorporate bold stylistic motifs into your pages, and how to drop into a meditative flow in your journaling. I will also talk about Natural history topics: the ecology and reproduction of redwood trees and their evolutionary history.
The weather is likely to be buffered by the trees but will mostly be shady, humid and cool. Wear layers. We will not be walking much but the the trails are wide, easy, and many of them are wheelchair or scooter accessible. Wear comfortable shoes, bring a folding stool if you have one that you like, a potluck item to share, utensils for yourself and water to drink. There is no bathroom on site.
We will meet at 10 am in the parking lot. Look for people standing around with sketchbooks. Potluck lunch around 12:30.
Be prepared for the calming effect of the old growth forest shared with like-minded people in a beautiful setting. If rain is in the forecast I will contact you about backup plans.
RSVP is required for this special class limited to 15 people. Please contact me directly at marley339 at gmail.com. If you have not communicated with me directly you are not registered for this class.
$20 suggested donation. No one turned away for lack of funds.
The last few country roads are very small and narrow, you may feel lost but just drive slow and trust the directions. Maybe give yourself more time for the drive than your navigation app suggests. We will be waiting for you in the parking lot.