Cathy Weaver Taylor is an artist who likes coming up with new and different ways to see the world.
Cathy is available for assemblage workshops for both paper luminaries and recycled nets to become colorful spider webs.
Spider webs are made from recycled plastic nets from vegetables such as potatoes and onions and avocados. Participants will be saving these to bring to the event. Together we will staple nets together within a frame like a hula-hoop and we will be able to hang with fishing line outdoors.
Paper luminaries are made of paper and placed in a sunny window. I will bring materials of paper, glue, scissors and cardboard frames and participants will have their own luminary to take home to put up on a window sill at home.
Crescent Moon, a recycled installation at the Beals Preserve route 30 Southboro Open Land Foundation (SOLF) Art on the Trail though the end of September 2017. Solar string lights turn on at time of darkness. Elaine and Philip Beals Preserve is located on 56 acres south of route 30/Main St, west of the center of town, opposite Chestnut Hill Road, in Southborough, MA. For info on access and parking go to SOLF.org and click on Southborough’s Open Land and then Beals Preserve.