Plein Air Artists return to Black River Preserve
The Southwest Michigan Land Conservancy protects over a mile of the Black River, as well as 120 acres of forest, meadow, marsh, and deep ravines inside the Black River Preserve. Under a canopy of floodplain forests the river snakes back and forth along the preserve’s eastern boundry. Three tributaries lead up into cool, dark, hemlock-lined ravines with towering beech and tulip trees. Please join your fellow artists as we paint at Black River Preserve near South Haven. The parking area is on the south side of 8th Street.
From M-43: Take M-43 to 72nd St (at round-about). Go north onto 72nd St. one mile turn east onto 8th Ave. and go about 1 mile. Look for the entrance on the south side of the road.
From 196: Exit east onto Phoenix Rd (exit #20). Take Phoenix Rd about 1/2 mile turn south onto 71 1/2 St (689) and go 1 mile turn left on 8th Ave, in about 1 mile look for the preserve entrance on the south side of the road.
WINTER PAINT OUTS START AT 11 A.M. • CRITIQUE AT 3 P.M.
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