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Drawing in the Garden with Annie Brule

Drawing in the Garden with Annie Brule


Sunday, July 7th 10am-2pm


Nourish your connection with nature and the green world through drawing outdoors together. Learn how to nurture a simple practice of drawing in the garden and on the trail, how to pack light, and which drawing tools work for you. You’ll come away with the foundations of a nature journaling practice you can take anywhere, and exercises for fine-tuning your senses for looking and drawing.


No special drawing skills required! Annie is known for her encouraging and empowering style of teaching. Expect to feel more confident in your visual explorations of the natural world, and expect to laugh and play. Perfect for: students, scientists, artists, nature lovers, gardeners, and the curious. 


Simple drawing materials will be provided (a small notebook, pens, pencils), and you are also welcome to bring your favorite pencils, pens, or small sketchbooks. Please bring a bag, pouch, or basket to hold your drawing supplies as we move around the farm. 


All workshops take place at Wild Dreams Farm and Seed and include a farm grown lunch, tea, and a farm tour. 


Cost including materials: $95.00


As part of our commitment to inclusivity and equity we are offering BIPOC scholarships for each workshop.  There is no application, only a desire to attend.  Please email jennifer@ to claim your spot.

About Annie

Annie Brulé, of Annie Brule Illustration,  illustrates the natural world seasonally, focusing on the ecosystems and species of the Salish Sea, which is her lifelong home. She works with Indigenous educators to write, design, and illustrate ecological teaching toolkits for kids through adults, and explores her mainly European heritage through language, song, weaving, and a love of biscuits and tea. Her sketchbook is filled with doodles, sketches, and contributions from her two young kids. 

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