Class is Full! Naturalist Bird Art with Maria Coryell-Martin

Event Date: 
Friday, May 19, 2017 - 10:00am to 3:00pm
Canyon Wren Recital Hall, 7409 Icicle Rd.,Leavenworth, WA 98826
Join us at the incredible Icicle Center for the Arts venue, Canyon Wren, to sketch and study birds with special guest and expeditionary artist Maria Coryell-Martin. We will hone our observation skills and practice techniques for expressive ink and watercolor as we create a series of postcards. Let the unforgettable beauty of the forested grounds and mountain silhouettes inspire you- a Leavenworth Spring Bird Fest treat!  All levels welcome!
Catered lunch from delicious Lokal is included. 
WRI Cancellation and Refund Policy (Workshops/ Field-courses)
10% per student is a non-refundable administration fee.Cancellation 3 weeks or more before workshops and field-courses will receive a full refund (less the non-refundable 10%). Cancellations less than 3 weeks before the course will receive a refund only if we are able to fill your spot, otherwise refunds will consist of half of the fee received.   Students cancelling 48 hours or less before the course will not receive a refund. Although we rarely need to do so, we reserve the right to cancel a program. In this case, you will receive a full refund.
*please note that exceptions may be made for medical emergencies.
Skill Level: 
Beginner through Advanced
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About the Speaker

Maria Coryell-Martin is an expeditionary artist following the tradition of traveling artists as naturalists and educators. She graduated from Carleton College in 2004 and received a Thomas J. Watson fellowship to explore remote regions through art from 2004-2005. Since then, Maria has worked with scientists and expeditions in the Pacific NW, Alaska, Canada, Greenland, and the Antarctic Peninsula. In the field, Coryell-Martin sketches with ink and watercolor, and collects multimedia recordings to build her palette of place, a record of experience, climate, and color. This work is the basis for exhibits of large-scale studio and field paintings, as well as multimedia presentations and hands-on workshops to promote observation, scientific inquiry, and environmental awareness. Learn more: