Thursday, February 26, 2015

SATURDAY: Eyes Starved for Color?

February 28, 2015

The Brooklyn Botanic Garden Conservatory in Summer

Colors that will sooth your winter eyes
My eyes are hungry for green, for the natural vibrant colors of summer.  Escape the cold and discover the plants of South Africa, Australia, and Brazil! Join us sketching at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens Conservatory where it's warm and colors of summer are alive and waiting for you.

Nature's Tranquility

When:  From 10 AM to 4:30.  Sleeping Late?  Come anyway - join us when you can.  See instructions below on how to find us.

Lunch:  At 12:00 in the Basement Cafeteria, which has excellent food.

Afternoon: Back to sketching at 1:15.

Show and Tell:  3:15 walk to Tooker Alley 793 Washington Ave,  to share drawings, good stories and a beer or wine if you're so inclined.

The Winter Above

The Desert Below

Where:  The Brooklyn Botanic Gardens Conservatory
150 Eastern Parkway (or enter at 990 Washington Avenue,) Brooklyn, NY 11225

Admission:  Free from 10 AM to Noon (incentive to come early.
From 12 PM on

  • Adults - $10
  • Seniors (65 and over) - $5
  • Students with a valid ID - $5
  • Children under 12 - Free
How:  Best Bet - 2,3 Subway,
           Close but not as convenient - Q to Prospect Park
           Note:  No 4, 5, B train service this weekend.
By car:  There's convenient parking behind the Brooklyn Museum which is adjacent to the Gardens.

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Can't find us?  
Call or Text Mark - 973-809-9128

There are no fees or attendance taken. All drawing skill levels are welcome

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