See your world differently.
After a year of global pandemic, we’re starting to reawaken. We’re ready for adventure, we’re itching to explore. Shake off the Covid cobwebs and an incredible four day cycling and creativity trip of the San Juan Islands. The ferry ride into the archipelago kickstarts a tour of three of our favorite islands in a way that will completely change the way you see your day-to-day. Under the guidance of Anna Brones you’ll pedal the San Juan Islands with sketchbooks on hand, pedaling Swift Adventure Co.’s favorite backroads and tapping into your own creativity, making your own adventure art. We’ll be drawing, painting, writing, and fueling our creative selves along the way.
Each day will include lead bike rides of our favorite roads and guided instruction to get your creativity flowing.
- What will you get out of this trip?-Reconnect with your creative self-Tap into a creative practice that feels adventurous but that you can also take with you back home-Explore and awaken your curiosity!
Every day we will be doing a variety of art prompts and exercises to fuel our creativity, including writing, watercolor, and drawing.
Official Trip Info
You don’t need to be a renaissance master to tune-in to your surroundings and see your world completely differently. The art of illustration is as much about observing as it is about laying pigment to paper. Unlock a kaleidoscope of texture and light, and hone your pen and brush skills as we explore the wilder side of the San Juan Islands by bicycle.
The trip starts and ends at Swift HQ in Seattle, WA. Coming from out-of-town? Don’t hesitate to contact us about lodging recommendations and travel logistics, we’re happy to help! Travel without the hassle of bike cases and heavy gear. We have premium gear and bicycles for rent, and all Field Experience guests receive special rental rates.
- Expert Art Instruction from Anna Brones
- The ultimate travel art kit
- All camp meals and refreshments - does not include alcoholic drinks
- One in-town dinner at Hogstone's Wood Oven
- Support and gear wagon
- Transportation to and from Seattle
- Ferry passes
- Quite Island road, plus some hidden gems
Gear/Supplies You Should Bring
- Camp gear (some available)
- Bicycle (Rentals Available)
- Personal equipment - clothing, sleeping bag, toiletries, etc.
- Personal bowl, mug, and utensils