It’s finally acorn weather again, so here’s an oldie but goodie to encourage you to take advantage of Seed Season!
“Tangle” by Beth Galston, featuring thousands of acorn caps. Now on view at the Peabody Essex Museum.
We’re down to the last days of seed-pods before winter settles in and gets comfortable in our neighborhood, but if you’ve got a pocket full of acorns from your last nature walk, this post is for you. Since we’re on quite a tree-kick here at the Art & Nature Center, I’m focusing on tree-seeds for this Ideabox:. However, if you have great seed-based activities for other kinds of plants, please do share them in the comments below!
Seeds in homemade paper, seeds glued to burlap for a plant-able ‘mosaic,’ seeds preserved like jewels in resin (See more of Beth Galston’s works)–there are a lot of cool options for making art with seeds! My favorite is below:
Creating seed and nut sculptures (click for source, warning, it’s in Dutch!)
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