Create with O’Keeffe: Fruit Prints

  • Thursday, July 25
  • 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM MT
  • MAIN LIBRARY | 145 WASHINGTON AVE, SANTA FE, NM, 87501

Explore the natural textures found in fruits through our hands-on fruit print activity!

What kinds of fruits and veggies grow in a garden? Using limes, oranges, and apples – create your very own fruit prints worthy of hanging up in your home for all to see! Join experienced artist Christina Kortz in exploring color and texture through common foods we all grow and eat! 

Christina Kortz has been with the O’Keeffe Museum since the year 2000. She began as an Education Coordinator and Family Programs Manager, and now works as a Museum Educator and Gallery Guide. Christina is an experienced arts educator, illustrator, fashion stylist, and dancer. 

For more information, please contact learning@okeeffemuseum.org.

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