Online workshop & artist talk
Thursday 22 July, 2pm
Discover Becky Lauzon’s magical living sculptures and learn how to make your own tiny garden in a mason jar! Becky Lauzon is a contemporary glass artist from Toronto. She creates hand-blown glass terrariums, etched with city landscapes, and filled with native plants she grows from seeds and plant cuttings. The miniature worlds she creates tell a story about what would happen if nature grew faster than the cities we live in.
During this free 45-minute program, Becky will share practical gardening tips, show you how to create and decorate a mason jar terrarium, and give you a sneak peak of her exhibition ‘Green Living’ at the Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery, which opens July 17, 2021. This is a great chance to get inspired by nature on your doorstep and learn everything you need to know to make your own terrarium a success!
Date: 22 July, 2021
Materials to gather if you would like to make your own mason jar during the live workshop:
- Mason Jar
- Sharpie, nail polish and toothpicks, or glass marker
- Plants you would like to take a cutting of or are interested in putting in a terrarium
- small rocks or clay beads for drainage