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Pacing: 15-minute break
Amenities: Portable toilet 0.75 miles away
Public Transit: None for this class
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Distance: Stationary. The toilet is .75 miles away from painting site.
Elevation Changes: Sloping from parking lot to waterside.
Trail Tread and Width: Rocky, uneven ground. Dirt road with potholes and gravel driveway and parking lot. There is a slope down to the waterside
Exposure: Lots of shade available under the trees
For intermediate and ambitious beginners. Painting the landscape in the open air is one of the best ways to connect with the landscape and paint in real-time. Learn how to see and create beautiful watercolor paintings outside with in-person instruction.Sign-up!
Fee: $50 members / $70 non-members
- When: August 28, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
- This is an in-person class.
Meet the Instructor
Ronna Fujisawa, MFA in Applied Craft and Design, from OCAC and PNCA/ BFA Miami University, Oxford, Ohio Artist, art educator, and outdoor enthusiast. Ronna’s creative practice focuses on painting, mixed media, fiber art, and growing indigo for natural dye and paint. She has been living in Portland for seven years. She has found a strong connection to nature and birds through plein air (painting outdoors), watercolor painting, hiking, and kayaking. Her teaching practice includes painting classes at Catlin Gabel School Community Program for adults, Portland Fine Arts Guild, online, and plein air (painting outdoors) watercolor classes for all ages. She has taught Bird Art to elementary school children in Portland Public Schools for six years before the pandemic. Over the last two years, her educational practice has shifted to adult classes, both in-person and zoom. Ronna has been passionately studying and painting birds and landscapes in watercolor for over a decade. Her classes cater to beginner and intermediate students.
For more examples of her work, please visit Ronna’s website: https://saltywaterart.com.