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A Beautiful Place To Be

January 6 - March 1, 2015

Venue
Environmental Education Center Tilden Nature Area

Location
Berkeley, CA

Untitled (Rooster) by Yolanda Ramirez © 2014 Creativity Explored Licensing, LLC, color pencil and watercolor on paper, 16 x 17.25 inches

Artworks by Creativity Explored artists at the Environmental Education Center Tilden Nature Area, Berkeley, CA. 

Creativity Explored artists interpret the many wonderful plants and animals at the Tilden Nature Area and Little Farm through painting and drawing. This show began with a field trip and tour of the Tilden Nature Area and Little Farm, where CE artists sketched the animals and plants. The exhibition features work by artists that attended the field trip, as well as Creativity Explored artists who did not attend but were inspired by the theme. 

Meet Creativity Explored artists and try your hand at animal sketching during a reception on Friday, February 20, 2015, 11:00 am to 12:00 pm. Drawing materials and light refresments will be provided. 

Participating artists include: Camille Holvoet, Merna Lum, Yolanda Ramirez and others.  

Organized by James Wilson, Tilden Nature Area Naturalist
Curated by Mara Poliak, Creativity Explored Visual Arts Instructor & Volunteer Coordinator

Reception

February 20, 2015
11:00 am to 12:00 pm 

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