Join us on May 7th for a morning of creative floral projects hosted by Sierra of The Floral Society and Anne-Marie Kavulla of Pirtti Studio. Sierra will lead us through an ikebana floral workshop using locally grown flowers from Seed-on-Hudson. Each participant will take their floral arrangement home at the end of the class.
We'll use leftover flowers and floral waste from our morning project to learn the step by step process of dyeing with flowers. Anne-Marie will take us through her approach to working with plant dyes and natural textiles and how it is central to her belief in circularity. Each participant will dye a bandana and leave with the knowledge of how to continue repurposing natural waste in the future.
-Local flowers from Seed on Hudson
-TFS Ceramic Oval Flower Frog Vase
-Light refreshments & snacks. (bring a mug to enjoy tea)
Location: The Floral Society studio
145 Palisade St Suite L21
Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522
Anne-Marie Kavulla’s natural dye practice is rooted in principles of spontaneity, change, and circularity. Each endeavor is a collaboration with nature; Kavulla arranges the materials and conditions, ultimately letting nature’s inherent beauty lead the way. By watching what unfolds, Kavulla brings a lighthearted, awe-inspired approach to working with plant dyes and natural textiles. Kavulla’s commitment to natural and organic materials is central to her belief in circularity – mending, repurposing, and ultimately composting each handmade good.