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The Downtown Draw
Draw the people, places and animals of Estes Park. Part drawing class, part walking tour, part local lore. Experienced drawers and “I can’t draw” folks welcome. Bronze sculptures in downtown Estes Park and a rich archive of historical artifacts at the Estes Park Museum provide the backdrop for your experience.
All Supplies Provided
Groups start at the Enos Mills Sculpture in Bond Park. Thursday's group meets at the Museum.
About Bittersweet Mountain Studio
Bittersweet Mountain Studio is a making space on the side of the hill for duo Karen McPherson, ceramic artist, and Peter Gaustad, fine art illustrator and educator. While the weather is so nice—and while we wait for the studio to be remodeled—Peter is taking the show on the road and leading a drawing adventure around town.
Top: Enos Mills, by drawing instructor Peter Gaustad. Enos is known as the godfather of the Rocky Mountain National Park, a tireless advocate for preserving the land. The Downtown Draw meets at the Enos Mills sculpture in Bond Park at 10am M-W, F. Thursday's group meets at the Estes Park Museum.