Join us for an opportunity to explore your creativity in community! The Creativity Circle, held the first Thursday of every month, features guest creatives, artists, writers, designers, and makers who will inspire you to explore your inner artist within the walls of The Hivery's Creative Studio. This month, we're thrilled to welcome back fellow member and artist Anne LaFollette* of Anne LaFollette Art.
Anne will be providing materials and painting techniques to assist attendees in creating still life art.
Attendees of this workshop will be able to create still life paintings using fresh floral arrangements. Each participant will leave the workshop with a completed floral painting.
*Our advertised facilitator Bridgette Thornton of Paint and Petals is unable to teach this workshop due to unplanned circumstances.
As seats are limited (15 people for this workshop), advance online registration is required. Free for members. $30 for non-members. All are welcome!
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The Creativity Circle is one of The Hivery's monthly member events. Mark your calendar for the first Thursday of each month from 12:30-1:45pm to join this program.
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About Anne LaFollette
Anne LaFollette was raised in Brussels and Paris and returned to the US for high school. She went east to college and earned her BA from Harvard in East Asian Studies. After graduation, she moved to Asian and lived in Tokyo and Hong Kong where she taught English and honed her Japanese language skills. Upon her return to the US, she began a more serious career in investment banking and then transitioned to a long and successful corporate career at global retailers Esprit, Gap and Old Navy. At the age of 55, she very unexpectedly got laid off. Instead of seeing that as a disaster, she completely re-invented herself and now owns and operates her own art and education business called Anne LaFollette Art. With a monthly membership, online courses and creative workshops, Anne brings a joyful approach to whatever she’s teaching. She just celebrated her 25th wedding anniversary with her husband, Tom and has one son, Matt, who is pursuing an architecture degree at the Rhode Island School of Design. For fun, Anne runs the local Mill Valley to Stinson Beach Dipsea race every year. She speaks English, French, Japanese and a bit of German. You can learn more about her on her website: annelafolletteart.com and follow her on Instagram @annelafolletteart. Her tag line is: It’s Never Too Late To Create