Join Pamela, our local artist, every first Saturday of the month for Art in the Garden!
From painting, to crayons, and drawing (even with your hands!) join in on all the creative fun! Everyone is welcome and encouraged to tap into their right brain on our beautiful farm setting. There's only one rule! You don't have to color inside the lines. We look forward to seeing you at the next First Saturday.
About Pamela Venzie
Pamela Venzie is a committed and prolific life-long Artist. She has extensive Art training from across the United States, including Moore College of Art, Phila. Pa., Portland School of Art, Portland Me., and the University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. She has also studied and worked with numerous individual Artists and done in-depth museum study through-out Europe.
Living and making Art in San Jose, her primary media explorations are in oil paint, as well as graphite and colored pencil. Pamela is very active in her East San Jose community, a regular, weekly volunteer at Veggielution, on the Board of Directors of the Emma Prusch Farm Park Foundation and founder of Art in the Garden.
What better way to start the day than with some Gentle Vinyassa flow yoga?
Join Be The Change instructors at 9 am Saturday for a 50 minute all levels, donation based class. Don't forget a mat!
About Jenn Smith
Jenn is a certified Vinyasa Yoga teacher living in San Jose, California. She has been practicing yoga since 2006, and received her 200-hour certification with Noell Clark in 2016, upon moving to the Bay Area from Houston, TX. Jenn's practice began as a complement to her physical training as a dancer and athlete, but consistency and growth in practice led her to an elevated state of receptivity, adaptability, and acceptance, which continues to expand and evolve. She holds a B.S. degree in Kinesiology from the University of Texas at Austin, and has served a wide range of populations in a variety of school, therapeutic, and outdoor settings. Jenn is passionate about making yoga accessible to all bodies, ages, and developmental abilities, and strives to increase access to the practice of yoga for special populations. She teaches locally at Downtown Yoga Shala, and additionally offers private and corporate instruction.
Off the mat, you are most likely to find Jenn volunteering at a local farm (Veggielution is her favorite!) or cooking in the kitchen with lots of fresh veggies. She feels most at home in nature, and believes it to be our greatest teacher.