Election day has come and gone and I did it again. I voted at the last minute. Even though I … More The Pros and Cons of Passion Project Deadlines
Drawing landscapes and trees is challenging for me. I get caught up in the details and wind up with weird … More Architetctural Artist Has Helpful Hints for Drawing Nature
Before going to the Denver Botanic Gardens with the Front Range Nature Journaling club , I revisited my list of … More 3 More Nature Journaling Field Trip Tips
I first saw Tony Foster’s Lockdown Diary during his talk at the Wild Wonder nature journaling conference two years ago. He painted things he saw on his daily walks during a 56-day COVID lockdown. Though I’m not good at “every day,” I wanted to create a compact local nature journaling project of my own. Result: Colors of Colorado.
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Accepting my limitations is a constant battle for me. I’m interested in more things than one person could ever hope to do. My chronic conditions just make it all harder, forcing me to sacrifice some activities in order to do others. I knew this going into the virtual Wild Wonder 2022 nature journaling conference and scheduled accordingly. While my plan failed, I still learned a lot from the conference.
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