Click on the link LYCEECHICAGO.ORG to see the students at work. Thanks Amanda Love for introducing the project, Andrea Peterson for your papermaking instruction, and all the students, teachers and helpers for participating. Great job and beautiful work!
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Posted in Art, Installations, Paper-making, Stories, Trees, tagged Amanda Love, Andrea Peterson, Art, chicago botanic garden, Handmade paper, honoring trees, papermaking, tree, tree stories, Treewhispers on May 14, 2015| Leave a Comment »
Spend the day exploring the artistic papermaking process used in the Treewhispers exhibition. You will begin the workshop with an introduction to the stunning handmade paper rounds used in the Treewhispers project. Then, roll up your sleeves and create your own paper rounds under the guidance of the visionary creator of the exhibit, artist Pamela Paulsrud. This will be a fun and invigorating workshop suitable for all.
Friday, March 7, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Chicago Botanic Garden, Plant Science Lab, Regenstein Center, Glencoe, IL
New meaning to the words “weight-bearing”.
Photo by Pamela Paulsrud
Posted in Art, Installations, Stories, Trees, tagged Art, chicago botanic garden, exhibition, Handmade paper, honoring trees, installation, papermaking, stories, storytelling, tree, Treewhispers on March 30, 2012| Leave a Comment »
Posted in Art, Installations, Stories, Trees, tagged Art, chicago botanic garden, exhibition, Handmade paper, honoring trees, installation, papermaking, storytelling, tree art, tree stories, Tree whispers, Trees, Treewhispers on March 15, 2012| Leave a Comment »