Still Learning To See

What did the rock say?

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Collaboration among artists can be so energizing! I am fortunate to be involved in a project with Dianne Shullenberger, a fabulous fabric artist, and Zoe Fowler, a gifted writer.  Both women are also devoted to being out-of-doors in all kinds of weather as a source of inspiration for their work. We make a good trio for a project Dianne conceived called “What did the rock say?” We are leading ten hikes of various lengths to some of our favorite rock sites in Central Vermont; joining us will be middle-and high-school age students who are interested in also being inspired to create and work on art.

Our initial hike on Sunday with twelve students was a wonderful celebration of spring in Vermont, a gorgeous view from Libby’s Look in West Bolton, and artists who are collaborating with each other. Throughout the summer we’ll continue to refine the project and acquire funding with the intention of going full-steam ahead in September.

The trail overflowed with gifts from which we’ll create art, including these photographs.

 

This entry was published on June 5, 2017 at 9:42 pm. It’s filed under John Snell, John Snell Photographer, People, Photograph, Rocks, Spring, Vermont and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

5 thoughts on “What did the rock say?

  1. that sounds wonderful! We are indeed still in the Garden. t

  2. Julia on said:

    Wonderful! What a great experience for young people as they share your ability to “see” in nature 🙂

  3. Deborah Leu on said:

    Fantastic idea! What a wonderful experience for these students. And you know I love the “all kinds of weather part.”

  4. Carole Naquin on said:

    Very interesting outdoor adventure course with young adults!

  5. Dave Timmerman on said:

    John, You continue to be engaged in great programs. This one sounds like another winner. Keep up your great work.

    Dave

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