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|Publication Year:||2017||Title:||A Rocky Mountain Sketchbook|
|ISBN:||9781771601566||Author:||Donna Jo Massie (author)|
|Donna Jo Massie's classic and highly sought-after instructional book has been newly formatted and packaged as a durable hardcover for the modern traveler interested in capturing the stunning beauty of mountain landscapes in one of the world's most visited tourist destinations: the Canadian Rocky Mountains. This user-friendly guide takes the aspiring artist through all aspects of developing a love and appreciation for traveling and painting in mountain environments. With information on how to begin a sketchbook and what materials to pack, lessons on surrounding trees, flowers, rocks, water and shadows, a glossary and a list of suggested reference books, this new edition of A Rocky Mountain Sketchbook is certain to entice a whole new generation of watercolor enthusiasts to venture into the natural world with paper, brushes and palette.|
|Publisher||Rocky Mountain Books|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||221842339|
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|Author(s)||Donna Jo Massie|
|Place of Publication||Surrey, BC|
|Edition Statement||2nd Revised Edition|
|Content Note||Color Illustrations Throughout|
|Format Details||Cloth over Boards|
|Author Biography||Donna Jo Massie was born in 1948, in the Great Smoky Mountains in Cherokee, North Carolina. She received a degree in Education from Auburn University and taught in Alabama and Florida before moving to Alberta in 1976 as Environmental Educator for Kananaskis Country. She makes frequent hiking trips into the mountains to collect material for her artwork, painting and sketching on location. In addition to painting, she also teaches popular adult watercolor classes, along with corporate and summer backcountry workshops in remote areas. She has been Artist in Residence at The Banff Centre's Leighton Artists' Colony and at the Columbia Icefields, and was International Peace Park Artist in Residence for Glacier National Park in the United States. Her work has been featured internationally in galleries and exhibitions in Canada and the United States, and her art can be found in private collections around the world. Donna Jo is a member of the Alberta Society of Artists, the Society of Canadian Artists and the Elmore County (Alabama) Art Guild and is an Honorary Member of the Canmore Art Guild. In 1988 she made art her full-time profession and currently operates a home studio in the Canadian Rocky Mountains in Canmore, Alberta.|
|Country of Publication||CA|
|Subject||Handicrafts, Arts & Crafts|
|Imprint||Rocky Mountain Books|
|Date of Publication||01/04/2017|
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