Greenwich Land Trust offers Botanical Drawing Class with Artist Jeanne Reiner
Greenwich, Conn. January 16, 2018 – The winter landscape is filled with beautiful botanical textures and colors. On February 10, from 10 am – 2 pm, renowned Botanical Artist Jeanne Reiner will be offering a botanical drawing class at Greenwich Land Trust.
Jeanne will teach drawing techniques using plant material gathered from Land Trust preserves and descriptions of plant material and their role in our local landscapes will be offered by Conservation and Outreach Director Steve Conaway Ph.D.
Jeanne currently teaches at The New York Botanical Garden and is the co-founder of the Tri-State Botanical Artists at NYBG. She is a frequent exhibitor in Connecticut, New York and across the country. Last year her work was featured at the Flinn Gallery at Greenwich Library as well as the New York Design Center in NYC, the Newport Flower Show in Newport, RI and at Filoli Historical House and Gardens in Woodside, CA. To learn more, visit botanicgirl.com
The class will be held in the Greenwich Land Trust greenhouse, 370 Round Hill Road. Art supplies will be provided for class use; cost is $65 per person and advanced registration is required. https://gltrust.org/event/botanical-drawing-winter-details/
Founded in 1976, Greenwich Land Trust is a member-based, non-profit organization dedicated to protecting local natural resources through open space preservation and environmental education. For more information, visit gltrust.org.