Meeting Time: Wednesdays 9 AM, in and around the Grand Junction.
Contact: Nancy Lewis, 970-462-7370, Nancy@nblewis.com
April 4rd Carlson Winery Palisade, CO. - Carlson Vineyard Winery 461 35 road, Palisade at 9:00am. This Wonderful Vineyard setting on rolling hills and views will get your painting inspiration going. There will be spectacular views the Grand Mesa, Colorado National Monument, the Bookcliff formations and local farm houses. I am hoping we also get to add the pink peach blossoming trees which are one of the main features of East Orchard Mesa. Bring your hats, sunscreen, and bug spray just incase. Wine tasting is available for your palette delight. Restroom and water are available.
Map from I-70 Palisade exit 42 https://goo.gl/maps/j4hfQZCHJi42
Location: F 1/4 Rd and 37 1/4 , Palisade, CO 81526. Just west of Talbott’s about 1/2 mile. Go over canal bridge and take your immediate right and follow to the wildlife area. This is a wildlife area so we may see birds, dears, and other creatures. The parking is surrounded by wine vineyard and peach trees and you will get a good view to Palisade valley floor, the bookcliffs and the Grand Mesa. No Restrooms or water. If you want to hike down into the wildlife preserve pack lightly.
Map from I-70 Palisade exit 42: https://goo.gl/maps/jxrMocpsnpD2
Map from I-70 Palisade exit 42: https://goo.gl/maps/kFrCfuc9qGq
April 25th - Colorado National Monument Visitor Center. We will paint from the back of the visitor’s center overlooking the monument. Water, coffee and restrooms available. Remember to come up the west side (the Fruita side) because the east side will have construction delays. You can also have the pleasure of viewing 12 of my paintings which are on display as I am the featured artist for March and April.arch 7th, 2017 - 9:00am - Snooks Bottom Open Space (324 N Coulson St, Fruita, CO 81521)
This open space along the Colorado River is across from James Robb State Park in Fruita. There is lots of dry vegetation, large cottonwood trees, a river and big skies. No Facilities. It overlooks the Colorado River across from the state park and has views which go on forever.
May your next painting be a masterpiece!-Nancy