In our busy lives it can be hard to find time, space, and inspiration. We created our Artist Fellowship program to give artists undistracted time in nature to do what they do best—create.
Over the past few months, we’ve invited artists across all of our Outposts to create their next masterpiece in nature. Here’s a round-up of the work they made when they tucked their phones away and allows for creativity to strike in the great outdoors.
Colin Tom is a cartoonist for The New Yorker and sketched his way through a quiet escape to Getaway Catskills West.
Joanie Stone is a DC based children’s book illustrator, wife, and mother of one. She took to Getaway Shenandoah to illustrate a perfect Getaway scene, while she started on illustrations for her next book.
Laura Supnik is a Brooklyn based illustrator who recently got away and quite literally illustrated nature.
Nicole Polletta used inspiration from nature and all its beautiful imperfections to make a series of tote bags. She designed them during her stay at Getaway Blake Brook, and made them upon return home.
To find out more about our Artist Fellowship program, visit our website. To spark your own creative side in nature, book your Getaway.