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Saturday, September 14 • 8:30am - 12:00pm
Field trip, Laguna Grande: Improve Live Drawing and Color Perception Skills FILLING

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Catherine draws on her 30 years of observation and teaching experience to tailor instruction to each participant's experience and needs, with emphases on improving live drawing skills and color perception. Come walk, look, and paint, furthering your individual approaches and techniques. Local naturalist extraordinaire David Wimpheimer will help guide the group's discoveries. Laguna Grande lake and freshwater marsh area is in Seaside adjacent to Monterey. There are a variety of birds, from flycatchers and warblers in the willow and eucalyptus trees to some of the marsh species like Virginia rail. Gulls, ducks and raptors also frequent the area.

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David Wimpfheimer

The California Naturalist
David Wimpheimer is a naturalist and a biologist with a passion for the birds and natural history of the West. During his twenty years of expeditions, he has led numerous local classes for the Point Reyes Field Institute, Marin Agricultural Land Trust and the California Academy of... Read More →
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Catherine Hamilton

Catherine Hamilton holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Rhode Island School of Design and a Master of Fine Arts from Bennington College, and has taught painting and drawing at the Rhode Island School of Design and other institutions throughout the 27 years she has been a professional... Read More →

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