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Sold Out: Create a Paper Succulent Garden

Learn to create realistic looking succulents from local artist Lea Gray, whose work is on display in the Cardinal Health Gallery, for the show Bringing Reverence to Nature: A Study of Botanicals in Paper. Using various techniques, Lea will guide you through the easy process of creating a collection of succulents that you get to ‘plant’ in your very own wall garden! A 6″ x 6″ wooden frame is provided, along with all other materials needed to completely create the garden.

This class is in-person only. All participants will be required to wear face coverings and practice social distancing. Hand sanitizer stations will be available. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns.

This class is sold out but there is a waitlist available. If you do not hear from our staff by the 16th you have not been moved off of the waitlist. There is a final Paper Succulent Garden on May 1 and a Pink Paper Magnolia class on May 8.

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Instructor: Lea Gray Lea Gray is a local artist whose work is currently being featured at the Conservatory. Her love of nature translates into incredibly detailed work, creating hyper-realistic botanical arrangements entirely out of paper.

You can learn more about her and her business, PaperBlooms Design on her website.