15jul(jul 15)1:00 am19(jul 19)1:00 amWalk in the Woods (5-class series) Plein Air Watercolor & Sketching with Linda Okazaki1:00 am - 1:00 am (19) Pacific
MONDAY–FRIDAY, JULY 15-19, 1–4 PM INDIVIDUAL CLASSES are $50 EACH/ ATTEND ALL 5 SESSIONS FOR $225 DROP-INS ALLOWED IF SPACE PERMITS. Favorite places in Fort Worden invite observation of nature while you
MONDAY–FRIDAY, JULY 15-19, 1–4 PM
INDIVIDUAL CLASSES are $50 EACH/ ATTEND ALL 5 SESSIONS FOR $225
DROP-INS ALLOWED IF SPACE PERMITS.
Favorite places in Fort Worden invite observation of nature while you reflect upon poetry or your own thoughts for this new on-site watercolor painting and sketching class. Each day begins at the PTSA classroom for the brief daily focus. From there we depart, heading to the trail by foot or by car, depending on our destination.
You will be provided with a map of our daily sites. Choose supplies that work for you. Supplies can be simple and still be very effective. A suggested supply list will be provided. PTSA also has some watercolor paints and brushes that can be used during this week.
Everyone will work at their own level and Linda will provide instruction and hints tailored to the individual student. The class is scheduled during the Writers Workshop with the intent of inspiring people who are influenced by the spoken word and image.
If you are traveling light, use your iPad Pro for plein air painting and drawing without using filters.
Please e-mail Linda for a complete supplies list: firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: Olympic Art & Office and Quimper Mercantile offer 10% discount for PTSA students.
REMEMBER MEMBERS: You get ten percent off this class! Use your discount code at checkout. To join, CLICK HERE.
Photo of Linda Okazaki by Chuck Moses ©2017
Gratitude to Copper Canyon Press, Port Townsend, WA, Pleasure Boat Studio, NY, NY, Shoemaker Hoard, Washington , D.C. 2004 Robert Sund Poet’s House, Lost Horse Press, Sandpoint, ID and their poets for permission to use previously published selections of works from Tim McNulty, Robert Sund, Bill Porter, Joseph Stroud, Stan Sanvel Rubin, & Theodore Roethke. Packets of selections of poems and text will be provided for students to consider.
15 (Monday) 1:00 am - 19 (Friday) 1:00 am