Art in the Secret Gardens of Lake Forest Park Garden Tour and Market, June 15

Thursday, May 23, 2019

Anneke Wilder in the garden last year.

There are so many things that make the Secret Gardens of Lake Forest Park Garden Tour and Market worth the visit to the gardens.

Of course, the gardens are extraordinary.

Visitors can see how gardeners use shade plants, perennial gardens and natural slopes of our area to the best advantage.

And, to enhance your experience in the gardens there will be artists working on oils, and watercolors.

Anneke Wilder is a natural science illustrator.

If you visited the gardens last year you may recall her work. She engaged visitors, especially children while she drew.

Monstera leaf drawing
by Kelsey Nollette
Kelsey Nollette is a botanical artist.

Her recent work includes a life-sized carrot with roots and stem. In the garden Kelsey will be illustrating a Panda Faced ginger plant (Asarum).

Rance Holiman, a Seattle artist, will be painting in oils in the garden.

Nancy Bishop Harvey
Graphic Design
Nancy Bishop Harvey is a graphic designer who works at Shoreline Community College.

Staci Adman has been in the garden in the past.

She organized the mural on the side of the St Vincent building in Kenmore.

Adman is a local artist who works in oils and mixed media.

Monica Lisette-Sanchez will be painting with watercolors in one of the gardens.

Monica Lisette-Sanchez works in a variety of formats.

Encaustic by Monica Lisette-Sanchez
She works in encaustic which is a mixture of beeswax and damar resin.

Art in the gardens is one of the ways the tour is so special.

Tickets to the Garden Tour and Market are $15 in advance and $20 on the day of the tour. 

Tickets are now available at Town Center Hardware, Wildbirds Unlimited and the Sunday Farmers Market in Lake Forest Park and at Sky Nursery in Shoreline. 

Tickets and more information are available at LFPGardentour.com




1 comments:

Kelsey Nollette May 29, 2019 at 2:05 PM  

Excited to join these great artists this year; I'm looking forward to seeing the beautiful gardens!

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