Jeffco Open Space Nature Journal Club: Drawing in Pen and Ink
Saturday, April 19, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM (MDT)
Want to deepen your love of the natural world, notice nature’s tiniest details and spend time surrounded by the beauty of the outdoors? Then start keeping a sketchbook nature journal! Join us for a free journaling field trip in a different Open Space park each month and make this activity a habit. A short demonstration on a drawing or painting topic will be followed by ample time to write and draw as well as a potluck lunch. Previous attendance at one of our basic nature journaling classes (which are offered several times a year) is helpful but not necessary. Instruction will be geared for adults, but children are welcome to attend with an adult.
On this month's field trip we will stipple, cross-hatch and scribble our way along the trails at Deer Creek Canyon Park while discovering all the amazing ways to create drawings with pen and ink. The first part of class will be spent learning pen and ink fundamentals at one of the picnic shelters. Then we will pack up our supplies and hit the trails to explore the park with our journals. For the comfort of fellow participants, please leave pets at home.
Please bring the following items:
-Pigma Micron Pen- black size 01
-Prismacolor Premier Illustration Marker- black size 01
-Pitt Artist Pen- black size S or XS
If you cannot find one of these pens before the outing, we do have some to share.
Also, please join the Jeffco Open Space Nature Journal Club Facebook page if you are interested. The page is a great place to find out about club happenings, share your sketches and journal pages, arrange carpools (in the summer trailheads will start to get packed) and chat with each other.
Registration for this program is available one month before the date of the program. If you are registering during this time, but space is no longer available, please call Lookout Mountain Nature Center at 720-497-7600 to be placed on a waiting list.
Discover Jefferson County Open Space through natural and cultural history programs.
Naturalists and educators offer programs at Lookout Mountain Nature Center, Hiwan Homestead Museum, and other Jefferson County Open Space parks.
Jefferson County Open Space was founded as a land conservation organization in 1972. Its mission is to preserve land, protect park and natural resources, as well as provide healthy nature-based experiences. Funded with a one-half of one percent sales tax, the agency contributes to city and recreation district projects and manages 44,613 acres, 28 regional parks, and 230 miles of trails in Jefferson County, Colorado.
Visit http://jeffco.us/open-space/ for more information.
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