Take a piece of your Home and Flower Show experience with you! In these interactive workshops, you’ll learn from local artists and designers, and create something unique you can take home with you. Keep for yourself or gift to a friend- get in the Spring spirit with a hands-on approach to creations for your home or garden.
This year’s Make & Take will be located in the lobby.
Floral Demos by Providence Art Club Artists
Founded in 1880, the Providence Art Club has long been a place for our artists and patrons of the arts to create, congregate, display and circulate works of art. Located on historic College Hill, the Art Club is housed in a picturesque procession of historic buildings, home to our clubhouse, studios and galleries. Through its ongoing exhibits, programs, art classes and other activities, the Providence Art Club continues a welcoming tradition of sponsoring and supporting the visual arts. Gallery Hours: Mon-12-4, Weekends 2-4
For more information, visit providenceartclub.org
Kathleen Weber attended Boston College and UMass Dartmouth, graduation with a BFA/Painting. She has worked as a commercial artist, greeting card illustrator, and painting teacher while pursuing her interest in art.
Her work was featured on the cover of American Artist magazine and been shown in galleries in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Philadelphia. She enjoys painting portraits, still lifes and plain air landscapes.
Susan’s career began as a graphic artist and photographer in Buffalo, New York. After a move to Connecticut she exhibited her oil paintings at the Kent Art Association, the Housatonic Art League, and with other local art groups. Now in Rhode Island, Sue has switched her preference from oils to watercolors. Here, she exhibits at the Providence Art Club, the Rhode Island Watercolor Society and the Wickford Art Association.
“After 9 years as a graphic artist and photographer, I worked in the home 13 years, in sales for 9 years and as a teacher for 7 years. All those years I dreamed about painting again. Finally, I’ve returned to what I was born to do. Pure joy!”