Sept. 16-19 | Illustrated Journaling on the Lower San Juan River
Experiencing wilderness has immeasurable benefits for many people. Sketching what you encounter in the wilderness deepens that experience. By providing time to closely observe and respond to the details of the landscape, you become more immersed in your journey. Your illustrated journal becomes a meaningful meditation and an irreplaceable memory of time spent in the wild. That’s why Great Old Broads for Wilderness and our friends at Holiday River Expeditions have decided to combine the two experiences with a four-day river trip down the lower San Juan River.
Joining us will be teacher and author M. L. (Peg) Herring, who will lead drawing exercises to inspire you in the artful discovery of illustrated journaling.
Peg is professor emerita of science communications at Oregon State University and co-author of seven books about Pacific Northwest environments. An avid plein air artist, Peg teaches techniques of nature illustration and writing to explorers young and old. She is past president of the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology board of directors
In addition to journaling and connecting with like-minded individuals, this trip offers extraordinary hiking through breathtaking desert scenery, opportunities to paddle inflatable kayaks and stand-up paddle boards and sleep under the Milky Way.
You don’t want to miss this incredible opportunity! Click here for more information and to register today.