Happy April, dear readers!
The weather is getting warmer and warmer. In addition to obvious shifts in the garden, migratory critters are coming back to the high plains.
My favorite are the turkey vultures that roots on campus. On warm breezy afternoons, they cruise low over the cottonwoods around our neighborhood.
In recognition of the vultures, bluebirds back out at our favorite hiking spot, and all the plants leafing out, this month’s newsletter looks at some familiar things from some fresh angles.
Keep reading. This month’s newsletter focuses on a mixed media sketching/pring-making technique, the launch of an image-use best practices blog series, and lots of news and events.
April Table of Contents
- Insight: How and why migrations speak to us
- Sketching Tip/Artful Classrooms: Solvent transfers (a printmaking technique)
- Artful Science: Ethics of using reference/source images for art making and science communication
- News & Events:
- Drawn to Science plenary talk at American Fisheries Society’s western division annual conference scheduled for 5/23
- Drawing for Science Communication symposium talk at American Fisheries Society’s western division annual conference also scheduled for 5/23. See the conference program for details.
- Get your portable sketching kit, plus spring greeting cards and gifts from me! 🙂