Watercolour and crayon
©2016 Charlene Brown
When Whistler Village was built, wide swaths of timber were cut to provide parking near the pedestrian-only lodge and lift base areas. In contrast, the recently-opened Audain Art Museum is so well suited to its densely-forested setting that only one tree requiring a removal permit was cut to make way for the beautifully-designed building.
I returned to Victoria from the Vancouver/Whistler trip just in time to get a start on Creative Content Camp Challenge 1 (Mind-mapping content categories), and download Lesson 2. The Activities involved in Lesson 2 all relate to gathering pictures of yourself and your art and related locations and activities. It was suggested that you take at least 10 pictures every day… Well, I’ve certainly got a head start on that! Some days I take 10 pictures every 10 minutes.