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March 4, 2020

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Artists & Nature

I only went out for a walk, and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in.

– John Muir –

Artists & Nature

“Nature draws us out to explore, then gently sends us inward to reflect. Most often, we wind up feeling better as we gaze upon the moment-to-moment changes in the ocean, sky, mountain, desert, forest, meadow, or garden. We might be awed by the tiniest flower, bird, or insect, cheered by a profusion of color, intrigued by creatures looking for food or a mate, lulled by the incoming and outgoing tides, the rippling circles in a lake, or a babbling brook. As artists, how do we capture that experience? How do we translate it visually, acoustically, or tactilely?” Artist Mirka Knaster explores this question in this post that draws on examples from across the ages. { read more }

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