Paper Carnations, 1/12

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Paper Carnations, 1/12

130.00

with Tiffanie Turner

Sunday January 12, 9-2:30

Limit 16 students

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Using pre-stained and cut petal sets, learn to make a realistic carnation stem from tip to tail. Tiffanie will demonstrate new staining techniques to replicate some of the beautiful antique colored carnation cultivars found today, and will guide you through all of the elements to achieve at least one completed stem. Materials will provided to create your carnation and to take home to create another.

Light snacks and beverages provided. We will break for a half hour lunch at noon.

Tiffanie Turner is an artist who explores nature and botany in large and small scales in paper. She is a wife, mother of two young children, and a licensed California architect. Her work in paper stems from her background as an architect, particularly her interest in construction and repetitive motifs, along with her lifelong passion for flowers and botanical drawings. Her work can be seen around the Bay Area when she is exhibiting, online at www.papelsf.com and @tiffanieturner. For the month of May 2016 Tiffanie was the artist in residence at the de Young Museum. Tiffanie released her first book on paper flowers, titled "The Fine Art of Paper Flowers," in August of 2017 by Ten Speed Press.