The Sierra Club guide to sketching in nature

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Sierra Club Books, 1990 - Art - 228 pages
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This lavishly illustrated sketching and watercolor primer reveals how creating art can enhance any wilderness experience. Featuring simple, step-by-step instructions and 280 examples of the author's own work, "Sketching in Nature" covers tools and equipment; choosing a subject; understanding color and using a color wheel; depicting clouds and weather patterns; and more. 55 color illustrations.

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Johnson, the author and illustrator of 17 books on art and nature, has updated her popular 1991 volume in the "Sierra Club" series. An inspiration for the naturalist/ artist, this practical, readable ... Read full review


two Getting Started
three Putting the Basics to Work
four Capturing the Illusion of Light

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Johnson received her BFA from Columbus College of Art and Design in Columbus.

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