The Road to Beaver Park: Painting, Perception, and Pilgrimage - eBook
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The Road to Beaver Park: Painting, Perception, and Pilgrimage - eBook  -     By: Janice E. Kirk
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Title: The Road to Beaver Park: Painting, Perception, and Pilgrimage - eBook
By: Janice E. Kirk
Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: Resource Publications
Publication Date: 2016
ISBN: 9781498229708
ISBN-13: 9781498229708
Stock No: WW109236EB

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Learn to paint, learn to see--it will change your life. On Sabbatical, Janice carries her art pack and folding stool into one of the most incredible landscapes on the planet: the canyons, deserts, mountains, and river valleys of the greater Southwest. Awed, amazed, inspired, and humbled by what she finds there, she sketches and paints en plein air. The family fishes, hikes, catches bugs, chases lizards, digs fossils, photographs, and studies plants. The year-long campout in National Parks and Forest Service sites becomes a journey of the heart. The family grows to love the way the great outdoors is put together. Part travelogue, part natural history, part field course in art appreciation, the author records her development as an artist as she learns to paint and learns to see. To her surprise, a spiritual awakening sneaks up on her, and the journey turns into something more--a pilgrimage.

Author Bio

Janice E. Kirk is author and illustrator of The Christmas Redwood, A Forest Parable; Cherish The Earth: the Environment and Scripture, and illustrator of Wild Edible Plants of Western North America by D. R. Kirk. She has taught art, language arts, and music, including voice, at Simpson University, Redding, California. During a lifetime of family camping adventures in the American West, she sketched, painted, learned nature's ways, and grew to cherish the beauty of the earth.

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