Create and Connect with Nature:
A Painting Workshop:
Friday, September 17, 2021, 5:00 - 7:30pm
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Co-hosted by Wilton Go Green and the Wilton Land Conservation Trust
Come, immerse yourself in nature with fellow art and nature-minded individuals and saturate your mind with the scenic views of one of the most beautiful meadows in all of Connecticut: Wilton Land Conservation Trust’s Slaughter Field.
Connect with nature, community, and yourself while creating a personalized watercolor painting.
All levels are welcome to this relaxing and fun event!
Join the renowned Karen Siegel of the Silvermine Studio on a crisp and clear fall evening as she guides you through painting a watercolor landscape of the blissful Slaughter Field.
Karen was born in Brooklyn, New York, and she grew up in New York, France, and Spain. She now lives in Westport, Connecticut with her family and her two cockerpoos: Zoe and Rosie. Karen shows her work at the Carriage Arts Barn, Silvermine Gallery, Rowayton Gallery, the Wooster Gallery, and throughout Connecticut and New York.
New to painting? Don’t worry; no experience is necessary. Beginners and experienced artists are welcome.
This event is limited to 10 participants, age 21+; please purchase tickets accordingly. Cost is $50+ a 3% processing fee: includes all painting supplies, materials, and artist instruction. BYO folding chairs, beverages, and snacks. Additional donation to WGG and WLCT is encouraged but not required.
Friday, September 17, 2021
5:00 - 7:30pm
(Rain date: Friday, October 1)
Cancelation Policy: Full refund before September 10th
Please park on the corner of Nod and Pipers Hill Road, and enjoy a five-minute walk along the Slaughter Field Meadow to our painting location in the center of the landscape.
5:00 - 5:30 pm — Arrive and set up your spot
5:30 - 5:45 pm — Quick words from Co-Hosts
5:45 - 7:00 pm — Painting
7:00 - 7:30 pm — Sunset Mingle and Share
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