Blue Mountains Nature Journal rainy daysRead More
Blue Mountains Nature Journal Course - WinterRead More
Banksia Serrata in my local bushlandRead More
Walking despite the reluctance. Restored as a result.Read More
Yellow ochre days and tiny blossoms begin to flower.Read More
Some paths are taken with peace and solitude in mind
Untill I reach a favourite spot away from the weekend visitors
Where I focus with consciousness in my environmental and the moment.
Burnt umber and Perylene green solitudeRead More
A walk down into the valley to Empress FallsRead More
Bushwalking in Winter in The Blue MountainsRead More
A Facebook page where everyone is welcome. Here is the link. I hope you will join us, even if its just to participate by viewing, you are welcome.
Are you a bushwalker, a naturalist, fancy a little biology, or backyard investigations? Would you like to create a journal of your findings, improve your art skills, and enjoy a group of lovely like minded people?Its a little bit of art and a little bit of science and a lot of enjoying nature. Complete beginners welcome.
Let’s observe and awaken our curiosity. What catches your eye? That becomes your story. Journal your story in a beautiful archival quality sketch book. It will be passed down one day and be a reminder and keepsake for loved ones to enjoy. Savour the process, the connections and the joy by being amongst nature and spending time studying and recording it.
Learn to Nature Journal with Anna Barnes, who has a BA in Fine Arts and a Masters in Design Science. She has been nature journalling for 10 years, and looks forward to sharing her skills with you. We will draw on the Nature Study teachings of Rudolf Steiner, Maria Montessori, Charlotte Mason, Anna Botsford Comstock and John Muir Laws.
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