Sunday, August 28, 2016
1 – 2 p.m.
Free lecture; preregistration required; parking fees apply
Roberta and David Williamson have been collaborating since they were 18 and have been refining their craft in their metals studio for more than 45 years. They use found objects, antique prints, pressed ferns and leaves, and various ephemera to create pieces that remind us of our own families, a long-forgotten moment, a daydream, or simply of how connected we all are.
On Sunday, August 28, Roberta and David will share a visual presentation that illustrates how immersing themselves in natural beauty and creating a nurturing environment, much like the Chicago Botanic Garden, has been essential to their growth as artists and to their continued success over the years.