Drawing and Painting the Natural World: A CAU summer program led by Liz Fuller

July 23, 2018 – July 24, 2018 all-day
Ithaca campus

This class is for those of you who are fascinated by the natural world and would like to try (or perfect) your hand at drawing and/or painting its denizens. Liz Fuller is a scientific artist-in-residence for the Fuller Evolutionary Biology Program of the Lab of Ornithology. A gifted artist, she has illustrated many scientific papers for the lab. She is also an exceptional art teacher for Cornell biology students in the field—in Galapagos and elsewhere—who wish to record their sightings in pictures as well as words.

Whether you are a novice or experienced artist, Liz can help you bring your vision to the page—of chickadees or campanula, of frogs or ferns or fallen logs, or whatever most delights your eye.

This program is part of Cornell’s Adult University (CAU), which offers education vacations designed and led by Cornell faculty. Programs include off-campus travel adventures and weeklong on-campus summer courses open to all, including Cornell alumni, families, and friends.

For more information and to register, visit cau.cornell.edu, e-mail cauinfo@cornell.edu, or call 607.255.6260.

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