Today the artists split in two groups. One part explored the National Park En Avedat, an expressive river bed with huge cliff formations, home to 6 pairs of breeding Griffon Vultures, plentiful ibex and abundant lizard life!
The other group went to the Ben Gurion's burial place, a lush oasis on the top of a hill, surrounded by a dramatic desert scene. The place is visited by a lot of different species of birds. Lizards, Ibexes and all kind of other animals and insects found a home here.
Bruce Pearson saw an Egyptian vultures passing by and painted it in water colours.