Sunday May 17th 12-2pm
Taught by Eden Stern
208 Flynn Ave, Suite 3B
In this class, participants will make colorful sheets of paper from cotton fibers formed on molds and deckels. Also, participants will make paper shapes embedded with wildflower seeds. When planted correctly, these will bloom and support the local bee population. Bring a friend for discounted tickets. Bring your mom to celebrate Mother’s Day or gift her a pair of tickets for her and a friend.
Enter parking lot and drive behind the first building. We are in the second building, the entrance with the small staircase. We will have a sign outside! Call 917-232-9205 if you can’t find us!
Eden Stern – Pulp Painter
After receiving her undergraduate of Art from Grinnell College, in Iowa, Eden went on to receive her first Master’s of Art Therapy from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She then went on to add a second Master’s of Fine Art from Columbia College. Eden has also attended Pratt Institute, New York School of Visual Arts, and NY Studio School. Eden Specializes in paper making, but her art includes several mediums and art modalities.