Join us in the Readings Gallery as we welcome Molly Hashimoto back for another great event as part of the Nature of Writing series, in partnership with our friends at the North Cascades Institute.
Spaces are limited and REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED to secure your spot so don't delay.
COVID protocol for our in-person events requires masks for all attendees and proof of full vaccination upon arrival to the Readings Gallery. Thank you for your cooperation.
Follow along with award-winning artist Molly Hashimoto as she takes you on a journey through the exquisite beauty of Mount Rainier National Park. Blending her closely observed watercolor paintings and sketches with evocative anecdotes, natural history, and park history, Molly creates a vivid scrapbook of all the park has to offer. From old-growth trees to cascading waterfalls, from delicate butterflies to inquisitive marmots, and from the tiniest of wildflowers to the mammoth glacier-covered mountain itself, the park comes to life in this rich collection.
Molly Hashimoto explores parks and wildlife refuges all over the West, seeking inspiration for her sketches, paintings, and prints. Her work appears on calendars and cards, and she is the author and artist of Colors of the West and Birds of the West.
* Online registration closes one hour prior to the event. Walk-ins will be welcome if there are available spaces.