1900 E. Santa Fe Ave., Grants, NM
NEW and Exciting! After over a year and a half of art walks we are moving to the Third Sunday of every month, instead of the second. This should provide everyone with enough room in their schedules to have a stress free morning of art and photography! The BLM at El Malpais National Conservation Area have been offering monthly art themed nature walks for over a year. We get many enthusiastic artists, painters, sketchers and photographers out to gain a bit of inspiration. This Meetup had been announced on the Albuquerque outdoor and hiking page for a long time and I felt it was time to invite more photographers directly. :)
We will meet at the North West New Mexico Visitor Center at 9:00 am. Then we will caravan to a different place within the National Conservation Area each Sunday, where all artistic minded folks can set up their easels, or pull out their cameras and let nature inspire. There can be as little or as much walking involved as you wish. There might be artistic inspiration right in the parking area. Or you can join Ranger Jenn on a short walk for a stunning view. Total round trip mileage each Sunday should not be more than about 1 and 1/2 miles. It's more about being outside getting creative, than about hard core hiking.
Bring your own art supplies: paint, canvas, pencils, cameras, or sketch books. We plan to finish by noon or 1 depending on weather and the feelings of the group. Artists are encouraged to linger if they wish.
Dress for changing weather, layered clothing, closed toe shoes, hat, sunscreen, water, and snacks.
Please contact me at the BLM office[masked] if you would like more details. or on the day of the walk, call the Northwest New Mexico Visitor Center at[masked] Hope you can join us! :)
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