Mary Garrigan learned her craft beginning at a young age working in her father’s flower shop,
and grew to be inspired to use simple elements to create the extraordinary.
Across her career Mary has dabbled in paints, clay and figurines, but has found working with paper to be the medium that gives her the greatest joy. Mary has also worked at premier retail crafting organizations, providing her the opportunity to experiment with the latest products and learn from crafters feedback. She has taught classes & exhibited at arts programs and crafting shows across the New England area.
She is a proud grandmother of seven kids and makes her home in Wellesley, Massachusetts.
Would you like to make a flower that never wilts?
Come join instructor Mary Garrigan and learn to make lifelike flowers out of paper. In this course we will discuss shading, shaping and assembling flowers. You will complete two types of flowers so you can take home a mini bouquet at the end of the class.
Minimum # of Students: 2
Maximum # of Students: 6
Date: Fri, May 3 (10am-12:30pm)
Just a friendly reminder that classes which do not meet the minimum enrollment requirements will be canceled.