The Art of Nurturing Nature Together: Open Studio with Diane Moran
In-personNature & outdoors Photography Sculpture & installation Visual arts Youth & teens Kids
Date and time
Moran in the Moon Studio
1900 Ashling Road
Qualicum Beach, BC
Directions: Follow GPS directions and look for the BULE ARTSIST SIGNS on the route. Continue to 1900 Ashling Road and look for our Little Free Library at the driveway entrance. Blue Studio is at the top of the driveway.
Offered in English.
The ART of Nurturing Nature Together Open Studio
Diane Moran Artist and Community Connector.
Drop by my studio in North Qualicum Beach. Check out current and past community arts projects and installations. Displays, examples of work and current art will be featured. Try your hand and create your own art piece too. Special guests (Youth artists from Mindfulness in May) will be present and have works on display. This is a small studio however some of the displays and hands-on art will be set up outdoors under small tent for comfort. Rusty Reads our little Free Library welcomes you at the foot of the driveway so feel free to take or leave a book. This Studio is very close to Little Qualicum Falls. One of the Amazing Places on the list so plan to check that out too!
- English artfulawareness.org
Diane Moran Visual Artist and Community Connector
“I create to bring balance to my everyday life” As a visual artist I am inspired by everyday environments and objects. Art is an opportunity for self-discovery, engagement and exploration; I believe everyone should exercise their imaginations regularly.
Artist Bio: Diane Moran is a Visual Artist and community connector who works in all media from photography, paint, clay and sculpture. Diane coordinated "Mindfulness in May" and other Youth art initiatives, coupled with humanitarian and thought-provoking projects She is actively working on forming YaPER a Youth Arts Projects & Events Resource for PQB and outline areas nearby.
This event is part of a hub:
"The Art of Nurturing Nature in Qualicum Beach" takes place though out the unceded traditional territory of the Qualicum, Snaw-naw-as, Snuneymuxw, K'ómox, Tseshaht, Hupacasath, and Ditidaht First Nations, on whose traditional lands Qualicum...