Field Sketching with Sherrie York
June 29 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Monday and Tuesday, June 29 and 30, and Tuesday, July 7
Field sketching is a valuable tool for gardeners, journalers, artists, scientists—anyone who wants to know more about the world around them. And in our fast-paced, phone-camera-clicking, social-media-sharing world, a handwritten and illustrated journal can help us to slow down, reflect, and experience the world in a more personal and intimate way.
Observation is the core of instructor Sherrie York’s work, whether she is making a watercolor sketch of tidbits collected on a neighborhood hike or carving a complex linocut block of pinecones and leaf litter. A self-taught printmaker and compulsive wanderer of landscapes, Sherrie always has a sketchbook or journal close at hand, frequently one that she herself made. Her work has been presented in national and international exhibitions and is represented in corporate and museum collections across the United States. See examples of her work at sherrieyork.com.
The fee for this program is $108; $90 for Farnsworth members; or “Pay What You Wish”.
The Farnsworth understands that these times present economic challenges for many of us. We are committed to making our programming as accessible as possible. We are therefore also offering a “Pay What You Wish” option for most of our online classes:
After clicking on the REGISTER button, simply use the “Pay What You Wish” option to select the number of participants. After entering your registration information, you will be taken to a page where you may “Make an additional donation”. The donation will be your payment.
Cost: $108; $90 museum members; or Pay What You Wish
This program will take place on Zoom