SJIMA is pleased to offer four classes with Joe Miller. He has worked with students in oak forests in Kentucky, cottonwood forests in Utah and our very own woods on San Juan Island. “We are together on the Earth: mountains are rising, streams are falling; all about us is constant growth and decay. We get lost in our drawing; we find ourselves by discovering a hidden trail, then lost again. Then found.” (J. Miller)
When: every Tuesday from September 12 to October 3rd (4 sessions)
Time: 1 pm to 4 pm
Class limit: 12
Supplies: Feel free to use any medium or mediums on paper. Possibilities include: color pencils,
graphite pencils, oil or chalk pastels, or brush and pen with ink. J. Miller will provide a
What to expect: At each session, we will meet and walk 30 minutes to a spot within an island forest. As
you draw, I will visit you with sketch pad in hand to offer help and suggestions, and we will talk
about what you and I are seeing in your drawing. We want to travel light. Bring water and a
folding chair that is easy to carry or perhaps you prefer sitting on a stump, rock or ground.
First session: We will meet at the northwest end of Lime Kiln State Park in the parking lot.