|The Connecticut Fiber Arts Collective: L-R, Antonia Torres, Mary Lachman, Carol Vinick, Diane Cadrain, Carol Eaton, Karen Loprete, Rosalind Spann. Photo by Dominic Scaramuzzino.|
We were lucky to be able to show our work at the Arboretum's striking new Silver Education Center, with its dramatic clerestory windows:
People traveling from points north in Connecticut have the additional advantage of the option to travel there via the Merritt Parkway, an old-style roadway known for its scenic layout and use of trees to create a garden-like setting. Never mind that the road is somewhat too narrow and sinuous to accommodate 2013 high-speed traffic.
Botanical Inspirations celebrates the beauty and variety of nature, from mushrooms to birches. Here's a peek:
|L-R Raised Beds, Harvest Moon, and Flower Garden by Mary Lachman|
|Autumn Trees by Rosalind Spann|
|Standing Tall by Mary Lachman and Jack O'Lantern Mushrooms by Diane Cadrain|
Because we love it when people look at us when we're exhibiting!
And check out our blog: http://www.ctfac.blogspot.com/
|L-R Mary Lachman, Antonia Torres, Carol Vinick Carol Eaton, Rosalind Spann, Diane Cadrain, Karen Loprete. Photo by Dominic Scaramuzzino.|