Sunday, December 6th is the last day of our botanical art show. I am so proud of my students and all their lovely work. If you haven’t had a chance to go, try to get there over the next 3 days.
For all the exhibitors – you can pick up your pieces on Monday from 1-5 or Tuesday and Wednesday from 9-4.
Thanks to all for contributing to a wonderful event! Well done!
Green Lady Slipper Orchid – Watercolor
The Botanical Art Show will be open to the public this Saturday and Sunday from 11:00-3:30. The Annual Plant Sale will be this Saturday….lots of lovely plants for your gardens :O)
Very proud of all my students and the work they have contributed to the Spring Art Show….hope you get a chance to come and see!
Spring Art Show! All works chosen for the Spring Art Show must be submitted the first week of May :O) Works should be framed in neutral frames with light matts and wire for hanging, no bracket hangers. Please include a label on the back of each piece with name of subject, medium and cost or NFS (not for sale). The show will be the weekend of the plant sale May 16th, 17th and 18th. I will have sign up sheets in class for the Plant Show Sneak Preview on Friday evening and the show on Saturday and Sunday from 11-3:30. Looking so forward to Spring!!!!
First crocuses of Spring,,
Clearly no class today…stay home, stay warm….the snow seems to be endless…….
Some good news that has nothing to do with being snowed in…. I have been offered the use of the WPA Gallery at Pound Ridge Nature Reserve next December for a student show. We will have an opening reception and have a great venue to show your lovely drawings and paintings! I’m very happy to have a place for our winter show once more! In the spring we will have a spring show at Lasdon that will be open to the public as well. So start thinking of pieces you would like to put in the spring show :O) (no date yet…sometime in May).
Come on spring…..February can’t last forever…can it?
Peony bud, watercolor and graphite
A lovely afternoon and evening at the farm yesterday! The student art work was hung like handkerchiefs in the low sun of the afternoon. The weather was perfect….a beautiful day :O)
Crabapples and blue sky…
two wee fairies came to the festival…
art hanging in the breeze
lovely laundry :O)
Cape Gooseberries, apples and tea made from herbs in the garden…..
art in the sun…
lovely little show!
If any of you are planning to stay for the dinner and music part after the art show (4pm) and sale at the Stuga, it’s necessary to pre-register/RSVP because there is only room for 40 people total in the hayloft. Please go to the farm site and pre-register if you are making a day of it so LInsay can be sure there is room for all :O) Scroll down the page to find the RSVP link: http://www.kitchawanfarm.com/backtothegarden/Back_to_the_Garden_at_Kitchawan_Farm/Events_%26_Classes.html
a quick drawing of mine ~ echinacea and butterflies….