Journaling With Nature is for those who want to turn curiosity into wonder, a pencil sketch into a rabbit hole of discovery, a moment of stillness into a life full of joy.
Episode 24: Kristin Link – Connecting with place
Kristin Link is a fine artist and science illustrator with a focus on the natural world. Currently living off-grid in Alaska, she has nature journaled in some very remote and beautiful places, including on glaciers, in deserts and even on a scientific research vessel. Kristin’s work reflects her desire to connect with place, wherever she is in the world.
Episode 23: Marley Peifer – Journaling the unexpected
Marley Peifer is a nature journal educator and mentor who is also the creator of The Nature Journal show, a weekly YouTube show specifically about nature journaling. In his videos Marley takes us along with him on his adventures, nature journaling outdoors, or in extreme places. He also shares information on his process, techniques, gear and favourite art tools, as well as interviews with other nature journalers.
Episode 22: Patricia Larenas – Talking with trees
Patricia Larenas is an artist and gardener with a passion for nature, and especially, for trees. Her tree portraits capture the iconic trees around her in the San Francisco Bay Area. She also investigates alternative art materials through creating her own natural inks and hand-made journals.
Episode 21: Professor Roger Kitching – Field notes from Borneo and beyond
Emeritus Professor Roger Kitching AM is an ecologist and entomologist who has conducted research studies in places all over the world including Panama, China, France, Réunion, Papua New Guinea and Australia. Having kept field journals for most of his adult life, Roger has unique insights into the importance of journals for capturing details of field expeditions, both for scientific purposes and for personal memories.
Episode 20: Sterre Verbokkem – Illustrator of Wild Things
Sterre Verbokkem works under the name ‘Illustrator of Wild Things’. She lives off-grid on a mountain in Spain, with her husband and son, surrounded by nature and wildlife. She uses both digital and traditional art techniques to create magical illustrations of the things around her.
Episode 19: Lee Angold – Exploring colour
Lee Angold is a botanical and natural science illustrator with an interest in representing nature in a way that encourages others to see the detail and beauty in even simple, everyday subjects.
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It’s only NATURAL you’ll love this podcast!
This podcast is full of fun, creativity and helps share tools to unleash your inner nature journaller to take your love of nature that little bit further!
Both Bethan, the host of the podcast, and her wonderful guests are part of a wonderful community of people inspired and memorised by nature - so much so that their favourite thing to do it sit down and draw it! Well by the end of the first episode of this podcast I’m sure it will be your favourite thing too!
Whether an artist, novice, journaller, writer, or just appreciate a walk in the wild or even daydreaming out your window - let this podcast series inspire you to take up nature journalling! You will not regret a minute spent on it ever! Just pick up and pencil and settle in to this relaxing and inspiring new podcast series!