Spend an afternoon in the orchard drawing, exploring and creating with the trees!
Observe the structure, gesture, and unique expression of fruit trees in bloom. We will use a variety of drawing materials including pencil, charcoal, and pastel, as well as metal embossing! This process involves drawing on thin metal with a wooden stylus to create a shallow relief. Experimenting with all the different materials offered, we will discover the form, movement, scale, and texture of trees during their Spring awakening,
Open to teen-adults and all skill levels
Bring a chair or blanket for sitting in the orchard
$40; All materials provided by the instructor
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Weather permitting; check website for cancellation
Alicia Dwyer is an artist and farmer living in Still River. She exhibits her sculpture and paintings in local galleries, including Fruitlands Museum and OFPF Sculpture Walk. She has instructed for many years, including at the DeCordova Museum School in Lincoln, MA.