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Feral Watercolor: Making paint from your own found pigments

April 24, 2021 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm PDT


Let’s play in the dirt!

Join naturalist and Nature Journaling for a Wild Life author Roseann Hanson in a two-and-half-hour live and interactive online workshop hosted by the Natural History Institute in Prescott, Arizona, will introduce you to the magical world of true place-based art by teaching you how to:

  • find rocks and soil from which to create paint;

  • how to process them into watercolor paint (also applicable to oil or other media)

Optional kit can be purchased and mailed to you in advance, containing:

  • sample pigment

  • binder agent

  • a list of household items you can use to process the paint without a lot of expensive tools

Length: 2.5 hours

Start time: 9:30 am Arizona / PDT / (12:30 pm EDT / GMT – 7 )

(Having trouble figuring out time zones?Use this calculator: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html)

Format: online via Zoom (you will receive a log-in link)

Cost: $58

To sign up: Please register with Natural History Institute at https://naturalhistoryinstitute.org/feral-watercolor-workshop-registration/

Order the optional $14 pigment kit separately— from Roseann directly at https://www.exploringoverland.com/shop/pigmentkit


Roseann Hanon – Field Arts Institute
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