Traditional landscape painting adheres to the basic fundamentals of composition, light, perspective and form. However, the landscape
can also be seen as a series of abstract relationships that comprise a cohesive whole. How does one see beyond a literal view to capture the intrinsic essence of a landscape? How does one interpret a scene in a new way?
For writers, a notebook can be an essential tool. It’s the place where you lead a writerly life, where you find interest and significance in the ordinary. Where you explore your fantasies, your observations, overheard conversations. In your notebook, you play with voice, capture character and characterizations, and sow seeds for future writing. This notebook can include maps, collages, sketches.
Join artist Ken Foster and writer Teresa Piccari on a creative journey that brings two art forms together. Working in the studio and in the field, we will draw from observation and imagination. Weaving in words, we will add context and meaning to create your unique journal