Botanist and author Lyn Baldwin will bring her expertise in conservation biology and art to Squamish!
Thursday / June 8 / 3 - 6 pm / Library Meeting Room
About the workshop:
Participants will use a series of drawing and writing exercises to create a visually captivating page-spread, as a first step in exploring how the practice of nature journaling can help weave a reciprocal relationship between people and place.
Designed to be a ½ day immersion in the tools and techniques of nature journaling, the workshop is open to novice and veteran artists, naturalists and curious newcomers, alike. No previous expertise needed, beginners welcome! Lyn will have drawing and watercolour kits available for use during the workshop.
Lyn Baldwin is an award-winning educator and plant conservation biologist who uses art and science to help mitigate society’s extinction of experience with the botanical world.
Registration is required for this free workshop (limited space)
Everyone is welcome, no previous expertise needed. This workshop is geared towards adults.