Wathergrams at Hot Springs National Park



Weathergrams done with kids–and some adults–at Ozark cultural center, Hot Springs National Park

7 thoughts on “Wathergrams at Hot Springs National Park

    • They are usually done on brown paper, calligraphically. I added the suminagashi. I’d love someday to do a full workshop of working in a watershed to use local water to marble paper, then compose poems, then hang outdoors in the same site!

  1. Hello Ms Sagan, I tried to send a poem to msagan10#5@aol.com and it came back undeliverable. Thought you should know that it might not be working. Mary Laraia


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