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Skill Level: A = All Levels B = Beginner I = Intermediate/Advanced
Experience the magic that happens when plants, water, heat interact with natural fibers to create one of a kind imprints. Go home with a silk scarf and linen and cotton squares suitable for framing.
Designing from your favorite botanicals, learn how to transfer and paint by hand onto textiles to create your own wearable work of art. Please bring a shirt to decorate.
Learn about plant- and garden-themed myths and legends told through beautiful historic illustrations, statues, and more in Tower Hill’s Non-Living Collections.
Have some fun with your garden photos. Learn how to add depth to landscape images, “star” the sun, use the zoom technique, create panoramic images, and more. Bring your camera equipment to this class and discover how to create great special effects.
Using fall gourds as subject matter, refine your technique of layering colored pencils to achieve beautiful, realistic botanical art.
Spiders, caterpillars, and other creepy-crawlies will emerge from Tower Hill’s Non-Living Collections on Halloween weekend in this program with Librarian Alena McNamara.
Create 2 different Zentangle-decorated art pieces for holiday gifts.
In this contemporary approach to embroidery you will translate inspiration from the botanic garden into a finished piece for your wall.
Discover some of the mysteries of Lightroom, a fantastic tool for any digital photographer who needs to edit and manage images quickly.
Learn to make Japanese Camellias from crepe paper. These romantic blooms, known as the “Rose of Winter” are perfect to tuck onto your holiday tree or wreath, or top a special present.
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