Art in the Garden Classes
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden’s Art in the Garden classes offer a variety of opportunities in multiple media to enhance your understanding of and appreciation for the natural world, learn new skills, and enjoy the company of like-minded artists!
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Treat yourself to springtime in the Garden with an introduction to nature journaling. Learn to capture the glory of the season through the use of words, line and color. Take home inspiration, new skills and art supplies to enjoy on all of your journeys. All experience levels welcome. Instructor: Lynn Peace Wilson.
Learn how to lower your environmental footprint by turning your non-recyclable trash into art. Make 3-D bees and flowers from items that would normally go to landfills or pollute the ocean. Instructor: Alex Slusher
Be inspired by spring color in this two-day workshop that combines demonstration and experimentation in the studio and practice in the garden. Included is an introduction to color theory and composition in the landscape, exploring the garden with painters’ eyes, recording interesting arrangements of space, form and color and painting on location in the garden. Instructor: Ann Chenoweth
The summer/fall 2019 season of classes will publish on July 31, 2019.
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