Paper Flower Workshop: Anemones
Date: Wednesday, February 7
Time: 6:30 - 9:00 pm
Recommended for ages 18+
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Join botanical artist and educator, Emily Paluska of Revery Paper Flora as she teaches you the basics of European crepe paper along with the skills and techniques to create realistic paper flowers.
You'll learn how to craft your very own realistic panda anemones with a variety of materials. Emily will take you from beginning to end in creating your own beautiful blooms. You'll leave with the supplies and knowledge to craft even more at home.
Artist bio: Emily Paluska is a Korean American botanical artist based in Washington DC. She started making flowers as a way to cope with postpartum depression -- making one flower a day for a year, falling more in love with paper flower-making as the days passed. She is passionate about showing others how they too can use art as a way to connect and heal. Emily has taught hundreds of students how to make their own paper flowers. She has worked with the National Gallery of Art, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, HGTV Mag, Veranda, as well as many other companies and organizations. You can most likely find her under a pile of paper in her Capitol Hill studio painting flower petals late into the night.