Waterfalls and Wildflowers Workshop in Asheville NC.
Please join me and my good friend Susanna Euston April 27th, 28th and 29th 2020 for this fun and exciting 3 day workshop as we explore wildflowers and waterfalls in and surrounding Asheville North Carolina during the spring.
Susanna is a long-time, award-winning published photographer from Asheville, and she knows this area very well. She is a member of Professional Photographers of America; a leader and co-coordinator of the Carolinas’ Nature Photographer’s Association-Asheville (CNPA-Asheville) region, for which she also serves as curator of exhibits; a member of the North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA); a member of the Asheville Area Arts Council, the River Arts District Artists and is an artist at Trackside Studios in the River Arts District. Susanna teaches individuals and small groups in her Photographic Artistry Training program and Photographic Artistry Workshops on topics including Composition and the Intimate Landscape, and techniques such as Abstract/Intentional Camera Movement, Multiple Exposures, Infrared Photography, and Abstract Macro. She is also a photography instructor at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UNCA. So, if you are looking for a fun workshop with a combination of wildflowers, waterfalls, macro, beautiful landscapes, and even a little abstract, then this workshop is for you. We will be visiting the North Carolina Arboretum, Big Creek area in the Smokies, and numerous waterfalls in the surrounding area. Special arrangements have been made at the Comfort Suites Asheville with a discounted rate if you sign up soon, please see booking link below.