At our exclusive “Growing Up Green” activity center, junior gardeners (as well as you, Mom and Dad) are invited to create amazing “living crafts” with vibrant flowers and plants!
Join horticultural artist Margareta Warlick for fun-filled activities, including:
Monet’s Garden: Claude Monet was inspired by his garden and spent many years recreating it through his paintings. Create your own beautiful garden using natural materials where you can imagine fairies and gnomes wondering.
Klimt’s Tree: Gustav Klimt’s painting of the tree of life, reminds us of the cycle of life. Create your own magical tree of life out of recycled materials, that has symbolic meaning for you.
Warhol's Plant in the Bottle: A fun project for younger children. Just as Andy Warhol’s repetitious Coke bottle prints started Pop Art, this activity will allow you to make your own clone of a plant in a bottle.
Don’t miss Margareta at the Growing Up Green activity center:
Saturday 4/27 - 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm, 7pm
Sunday 4/28 - 11am, 1pm, 3pm
Margareta Warlick is an eclectic artist who has found many outlets for her artistic expression. Her talents range from horticultural arts to photography, jewelry making, culinary arts, sculpting, painting, fiber arts, culinary arts and more.
Aurora Arts & Design is her small business specializing in creating artistic learning experiences for both children and adults. She also has experience instructing individuals with disabilities and seniors.
Margareta's studio is located at the Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, NJ. As an artist in residence, she designs and instructs workshops for guests and corporate groups at this location. She also offers workshops at other venues.
For more information, please visit www.auroraartsdesign.com