Sunset Wagon Tours for Artists at Plains Conservation Center

Get to know the prairie through artists' eyes. On our ride across the plains, we will watch for wildlife, including prairie dogs, pronghorn, and birds of prey beneath the great stretching sky while learning about the short grass prairie ecosystem along the way. If there s time, we ll visit the sod homes and the group will discover what it was like to be a homesteader. Bring your camera and sketch book.

Tours are scheduled to coincide with the spectacular sunsets at the Plains Conservation Center.

Instrutor: Pam Roth O'Mara. Pam's nature-inspired work has appeared in exhibits and festivals across South Metro Denver, including the City of Centennial Gallery, Colorado Gallery at Arapahoe Community College, Depot Art Gallery, Littleton Museum, Lowry Conference Center, Castle Rock Court the Arts Festival Centennial Chalk Art Festival National Arts Program Exhibit at Castle Rock Library, Nixon's Coffee House, and Stanton Gallery at the Littleton Town Hall Arts Center. Her piece, Winter at the Sod Home, was selected by the Curator of the Women in Abstract Expressionism Exhibit at the Denver Art Museum to appear at the Littleton Museum. 

Audience: This tour is for artists at least 16 years old.

Price: $10 per person

Location: Plains Conservation Center, 21901 E Hampden Ave Aurora, CO 80013 (Entrance is at the corner of E Hampden Ave and S Picadilly Rd)

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