Fri, Feb 19 | Osborne Nature Center

“Painting with Abbey” Nature All Around Us Art Series

Join the fun and paint a winter scene with Naturalist Abbey. Funds for this workshop will benefit the Nature All Around Us Mural Project.
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Feb 19, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Osborne Nature Center, 29862 Osborne Rd, Elkader, IA 52043, USA

About the Event

The next fundraising event for the Nature All Around Us Art Series will be at 6 p.m. on February 19th at the Osborne Nature Center. Space is limited for the next painting class, so reservations are required. Deadline to register will be Tuesday, February 16.

Participants will be painting a winter scene with Naturalist Abbey. The workshop is open to adults and teens. All art materials will be provided and participants will leave with a finished painting to take home. Participants are encouraged to bring snacks and beverages to enjoy while they paint.

Funds for this will benefit the Nature All Around Us Mural Project that was completed in the spring at the Osborne Nature Center by Artist Jordyn Brennan, from Upper Iowa University. A grant through the Iowa Arts Council is funding part of this project, but we still need a few matching funds to complete the grant.  The Nature All Around Us Art Series is designed to inspire the imagination during educational programs and bring awareness and appreciation of art and nature to Osborne’s visitors. Watch our website and Facebook page for upcoming workshops.

Class size is limited to 9 participants, so register early at or call 563-245-1516 to reserve a spot.

Registration is Closed

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