Into Nature - A free sample lesson from the course

“When you take a flower in your hand and really look at it, it’s your world for the moment. I want to give that world to someone else.” 

Georgia O’Keeffe

Whenever I create a new course, I share a sample lesson from it here on the blog. I know that when I’m considering a course, I find it very helpful to be able to see what it’ll be like from the inside.

If you’re thinking about signing up for my latest course, Into Nature, today I’m sharing a free sample lesson from it which I hope will not only give you a feel for the experience the course offers, but will give you ideas and encouragement even if you decide it’s not for you.

The video today comes from a project called Life Cycles, in which we draw or paint a vase of flowers over a four week period, taking time to notice how it changes each week as the initially lush and vibrant flowers start to wither and die.

It’s a great way to make art with nature simply and indoors {good for winter, or lockdown!}, and if you decide to join us, you’ll get to see the month long progress and create a version of it for yourself. I found it a satisfying and fascinating creative way to connect with the life cycles of nature.

Tip: A concertina sketchbook is great for this because you can open it out and see the entire life cycle of your flowers at the end.

Vase of Flowers: Week 2

 

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