What’s going on out there?
It’s time to find out.
Says Kathryn: "The changes Fall brings have always been some of my favourites of the whole year. What have you been drawing since Spring? Back then, it was buds and new blooms, everything bursting forth. Now seeds are setting and fruits are ripening. I’ll collect some fall fruits and wild cuttings, interesting fall veggies, and gourds… Come and join in; we’ll see what chapters of the story Nature will tell us this time."
Feel free to bring a sample or two from your own garden if you wish.
Bring: sketchbook, graphite pencils, and whatever other media you like best: ink, watercolour, and/or coloured pencils. All other supplies will be provided.
Saturday, October 5th 2013
156 Augusta Avenue
12:30 to 4:30pm
Kathryn Chorney MScBMC, is an avid nature journal-er, friend of fungi, and science/nature/medical illustrator. She is a full time professor at Sheridan College where she teaches Scientific Illustration. An award-winning artist, Kathryn is a member of the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators (GNSI) as well as the Southern Ontario Nature and Science Illustrators (SONSI).