July 31 – Classic Muskoka shoreline on Lake Medora

This six acre property off Cranberry Road in Bala has something for every plein air artist. Plan to fill up more than one canvas between 9:00 AM to 12:00 noon. A virgin mixed-deciduous forest of ancient white pines, oaks, and open moss covered areas can be painted from the boardwalk that meanders through half the property. The shoreline on Lake Medora includes a small beach, two docks, natural shoreline, rocks and trees hanging over the water near the cabin and cottage. We very much appreciate this opportunity from a new artist to our group!

WHAT TO BRING: Chair and easel, multiple canvases and sketchpad. Your own art supplies of course – all mediums welcome. Water for drinking, sunscreen, hat, bug spray. Wear good walking shoes.

PARKING and WASHROOM access is available thanks to the artist owner. If you can carpool, it might be advisable as parking space will be tight if we have a good turnout.

DIRECTIONS and additional instructions will be sent by email a few days ahead to subscribed Bala Plein Air Group members. The location is close to Bala and off of Cranberry Road.