good + gathered autumn gathering

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good + gathered autumn gathering

125.00

friday, november 10th
ten until two
loudoun county, near historic waterford, virginia

a day of connection + creating

together we will:

  • create guided watercolor still life with artist Meagan Getz
  • learn the art of felting with artist Evelyn Carr
  • screen print hand dyed dish towels
  • letterpress print place cards on an antique press
  • press gift tags on a vintage foil stamper
  • sample and learn about the art of charcuterie 
  • enjoy an autumn lunch at the long harvest table

to remember our day together you will take home everything you create and a gift of g+g favorites including a treat for the road!

g+g is excited to announce: at this event we will host a pop up shop! creating an opportunity to purchase items from our guest artists and other carefully curated holiday items

 

 

Meagan Getz is from Salt Lake City, Utah.  She has been drawing since she can remember but her love for watercolor began when her mother signed her up for afterschool watercolor classes in 4th grade.  She graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration and a minor in Studio Art.  She started a custom wedding invitation business, called "Noiva" when she and her husband were first married that ran for several years. She has worked as a graphic designer both in "print" and "online" for various clients creating websites and identity design.  As a freelance illustrator, she has done a variety of projects from t-shirt design to medical illustrations.  Last year some of her pen and ink portrait illustration was featured in Gather Journal, an artistic food magazine in Manhattan. Most recently, her watercolor entitled, "We Are Come to Worship Him" was selected in the 10th Annual LDS International Art Competition and received a Viewer's Choice Award.  She also enjoys baking (not cooking...she's a terrible cook), jogging (to work off the cookies), magic tricks, and going to the movies with her husband and four boys. 

Evelyn Carr is the owner of 3 Bags Wool Farm located in Purcellville, VA where she spreads beauty through her love of Icelandic sheep and felted wool products.  

 

 


 

 

gather with us