"Trees of the West" with Molly Hashimoto

"Trees of the West" with Molly Hashimoto

Join Molly Hashimoto for an in-person discussion and signing of her new book "Trees of the West: An Artist’s Guide." Hosted by Village Books as a part of the Nature of Writing speaker series.
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  • Sun, Oct 16, 2022 from 04:00 PM to 05:00 PM
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Artist Molly Hashimoto has appreciated trees all her life—they have shaped her as a hiker, outdoors lover, gardener, traveler, and artist. She pays homage to them through her art, working in many different media, each revealing different aspects of these stalwart companions: crisp lines, imposing silhouettes, and the subtle–or sometimes brilliant—hues of foliage. Hashimoto also delves into the process of creating art, discussing the mediums she used in the featured pieces and the reasons she chose them, as well as sidebars with tips and techniques.

As in her popular Colors of the West and Birds of the West, Hashimoto emphasizes her personal experiences with nature, telling stories about her encounters with trees everywhere from her backyard to national parks and forests throughout the West. She focuses primarily on native trees, rather than cultivars, with a special interest in 45 major species found across the region, ranging from the stately Coast redwoods to the diminutive but distinctive Fishhook Barrel Cactus.

Rooted in place, trees offer endless opportunities for observation, admiration, relaxation, and inspiration. Trees of the West invites us to pause and appreciate these sentinels in all their quiet glory. 

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Village Books
1200 11th St, Bellingham, WA 98225

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