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Roseann Hanson

Field Arts Institute
Art and Science Program Coordinator


Roseann Hanson is founding co-director of the Wild Wonder Nature Journaling Conference and the author of Nature Journaling for a Wild Life, an 8-week guided course for beginners that features blank watercolor journal pages and pull-outs that include a viewfinder, a drawing grid, and prompt bookmarks. Her latest book, Master of Field Arts (2022), is a guide to attaining the next level as a naturalist and more advanced nature journaler. For more than 35 years, Roseann has worked around the globe as a guide, journalist, and conservationist. She has authored a dozen natural history and outdoor books, and her work has involved thousands of miles of overlanding on five continents. She is an elected National Fellow of the Explorers Club and the Royal Geographical Society in recognition of her conservation and science communications work. She established the trans-disciplinary Art & Science Program at the 117-year-old Desert Laboratory on Tumamoc Hill, part of the University of Arizona College of Science, and currently teaches through her own Field Arts Institute.  Learn more about Roseann here. 

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For attendees of Wild Wonder, she is offering a 15% discount on any field arts product in her shop until December 15, 2022 (excluding Field Arts Bootcamps and workshops).

Use the code WW2022 during checkout—please remember this discount is for field arts products only, not workshops or the two expedition books (thank you!).

Please visit the Field Arts Institute website on Exploring Overland, and visit the shop.

NOTE: Discount applies on any field arts books and field arts supplies such as the Mini Plant Press, Field Arts Discover Kits, custom sketchbooks, mini paint kits (with and without paint samples), Clear Perspex Palettes, and Minimalist Paint Kit sets.

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Explore the enriching world of nature journaling in an eight-week, self-guided “workshop in a book” from explorer, naturalist, and artist Roseann Hanson.

Find out how journaling nurtures a deeper understanding and love for nature while healing our digitally fractured minds.

Use drawing to learn about nature—the emphasis is on “drawing to learn” not “learning to draw.” And before you know it, your sketching skills will surprise you with how much you improve!

This unique book will teach you to:
Break free from the distracted life;Learn about nature through mindfulness;Improve your well-being;Silence your inner critic and learn to sketch and write about nature.Includes:
blank journal pagessturdy metal spiral binding, for full flip-back capabilitystiff chipboard back insert for easier writing and sketching eight instructional chapterseight weekly assignments and progress checklistsfour information-rich appendicestips and templatesremovable clear acetate viewing gridBONUS: Mini workshop on how to make your own paint from locally collected minerals
We chose to print locally and sustainably, even though this means a higher price. It’s important to us!
Proudly printed in Tucson, Arizona on 100% post-consumer-waste (PCW) recycled paper by AZLitho, which uses 100% renewable power and is a certified member of the EPA’s Green Power program. Journal paper is 100% cotton (Bee Paper or Speedball Bienfang, 90-pound). Resources conserved: 20 gallons of water, 104 lbs. of greenhouse gases, 17 lbs. CO2 emissions affecting ocean acidification, .04 acres of trees, and 9 threatened species. Environmental impact estimates were made using the Environmental Paper Network Paper Calculator v. 4.0. For more information visit www.papercalculator.org.
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