Paper Flower Garland, 7/21

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Paper Flower Garland, 7/21

95.00

with Momoca Usagi

Saturday July 21st, 2-6

Limit 12 students

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Learn how to create your own dreamlike surreal paper flowers with Momoca. In this class you will learn how to make paper flower garlands to decorate any space you desire. Bring your favorite scissors if you have them, otherwise scissors will be provided in the class. All other materials are provided on site. 

You will leave with a paper flower garland, newfound knowledge, and a new sense of serenity - creating paper art is highly meditative! *

* Paper colors with vary from photos. Students will have a few colors to choose from during the workshop. 

Momoca Usagi is a designer and artist. Her affinity for all of the arts have led her to explore many different fields, from millinery and fashion, to painting and ceramics, to photography and art installations. Momoca’s material of choice these days is paper. 

Paper may be the most basic of materials and yet, it has many different attributes and changes drastically depending on the substance with which it interacts. Despite its apparent restrictions and simplicity, the world of paper art is incredibly versatile. Momoca is exploring all of its various properties and would love to teach you.

Born and raised in Japan, Momoca began sewing at the age of six, when she started designing dresses and accessories for her dolls; in high school she specialized in fashion design, before moving to California to study fine art. Momoca loves to travel, explore the creative arts, and be inspired by different cultures. 

Nowadays, she creates unique paper flowers, vegetables, and objects to decorate spaces or special events such as weddings or restaurant anniversaries. Her work playfully combines colors and textures to create dreamy landscapes with paper. She has worked on events with the likes of Alice Waters and Stanlee Gatti. See Momoca’s work HERE and @_momoca_