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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Jun 08, 2014-
Jun 08, 2014
10:00AM - 12:00PM
Watercolors on the Fly
Watercolor Class
Sonoma,
Jack London State Historical Park
Event Description

 

“Watercolors on the fly”

How to paint while hiking & traveling

Innovative class on “pop-up” painting

JACK LONDON STATE HISTORIC PARK

Sunday June 8

 

Learn how to take your creativity to a new level while enjoying the outdoors in a novel, innovative art class, “Watercolors on the fly” taught by artist Valorie Bader. "I love to travel, hike, and paint,” explains Valorie. “Over time, I have put together the essentials for setting up my own little ‘pop up’ studio.” Learn skills to complete a painting in a half hour while enjoying a hike. This class is for anyone who loves nature, wants to develop a keener eye for what you are seeing, and practice a little eye-hand coordination. For beginners as well as experienced painters.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Check on jacklondonpark.com page for this class for suggestions from Valorie's DIY Traveling/Backpacker's Essentials  on what to wear and what to bring!

WHEN/WHERE: Sunday June 8 10 am – noon; Meet in Ranch Parking lot at
Jack London State Historic Park, 2400 London Ranch Road

 

Cost of class: $20, which includes parking and can be reserved in advance online.

Fee: $20.00

Contact Information
Name: Jack London State Historic Park     Email: info@jacklondonpark.com
Phone: 707-938-5216

 

 

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