CraftWorks at Cool Spring July 18, 2015

Treher’s work, represents an anonymous bee; an unknown species of 3,999 bee species that are threatened, unseen, and very important to our ecosystem. The work is meant to create appreciation and awareness for those pollinators which go unnoticed, many of whom rely on places like CraftWorks at Cool Spring.

The permanent wall installation, “Where the Wild Bees Roam”, was a yearlong effort for Treher as Craftworks Artist-in-Residence for 2014/15. The work stands as a reminder of how important locations such as CraftWorks become as role models for inspiration, creativity, education and preservation of our fragile environment.

10:00AM – Noon Coffee, Art, Tea, and Bees
Come enjoy a fun morning of pastries and painting; coffee and conversations—all about bees. You’ll leave with a one of a kind painting created under the guidance of acclaimed professional artist Rebecca Grace Jones. Registration required, limited to 20 participants. Nonmembers pay $25 per person, Members only $22.50 for the painting and some insight into how to attract bees and butteries to your garden.

NOON Art Unveiling, Meet & Greet with Artist Aaron Treher

12:30 – 3:00 Live Music with Sam and Kathyrn

1:00PM Pollinator Nature Walk
Join Herb Peddicord of WV Division of Forestry, limit 20

1:30PM Kids Nature Walk
“Where the Wild Things Are" Presented by Cacapon Institute, limit 20

2:00PM Pressed Flower Walk & Workshop with Serena Juarez
$10 Fee, limit 20

3:00PM – 4:00PM Rhythm Buzz Drum Circle
Led by Tracy Seffers

12:00PM – 4PM White Bee Sale
To benefit CraftWorks — Fantastic re-finds for your happy hive.

12:00PM - 4PM Artist-in-Residence Art Market
Purchase artwork from Aaron - 20% benefits CraftWorks

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