Nature Appreciation Through Art Workshop

Event Details

Nature Appreciation Through Art Workshop

Send to friend

June 24


The Elders Council for Parks in B.C. Society is offering eleven free nature programs for seniors that incorporate natural and cultural history and the arts. For beginners or experienced artists. Bring your own supplies if you have them, otherwise supplies will be provided. REGISTRATION REQUIRED due to limited space.

“We will start with an inspirational walk through the forest, gathering impressions of the colours, shapes and smells. In tune with this living environment, discussing what most catches our eye, how to simplify what we see, what we want to show. The freshness of an artistic work completed “in the moment” will be a source of memories and hopefully, more art work in the future! “

Location: 1620 Mount Seymour Road – Access via 1610, North Vancouver

Discipline: Visual Arts

Artists: Janna Kumi works primarily in oil, acrylics and watercolour. Her work is characterized by strong emphasis on light, shadow, and most of all, color. She paints in the representational and abstract styles. Janna studied at the Montreal Museum of Fine Art, but ultimately graduated with scientific Bachelor and Masters degrees in geography and forestry, working with private companies and federal and provincial governments in B.C. and Alberta for 35 years. She picked up the brush again in 2006, completing the Fine Art Techniques program at Emily Carr University in 2009 and currently completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts at U.B.C.

Ticket Price: FREE

Contact: Elise Roberts

Box Office: (604) 986-4892



This symbol is your 'view' counter. It measures the number of times the page has been seen by people using this site. It's not very scientific, but it is a lot of fun - especially when you realize how popular you can be!