“The tree spreads its brunches and, as the years go by, its trunk gets bigger and bigger and the brunches more and more numerous. Every leaf at the top of the branches has a tube that goes through the trunk which keeps it in contact with the ground. It uses the tube to suck up its nourishment. The trunk is where all the tubes are grouped together, which is why it is larger than the other branches. As the branches grow higher they got slenderer and slenderer.” —Bruno Munari
To sign up for this program send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the note GARDENS in the subject line. We will email you the ZOOM ID and password. Scroll down for the art supplies list.
- Letter size print light papers (8.5 x 11”/few pages)
- Dark construction paper or any paper darker than print paper (newsprint is acceptable)
- Optional: tape, stapler