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Artist in Residence: Kristen Holden

Kristen Holden's pinecone art

Artist in Residence: Kristen Holden

Kristen Holden creating crafts using pinecones

About the Artist
Kristen Holden

Residency from September 3 – October 23

Kristen Holden is the artist/owner of Pinecone Allée in Reno, Nevada. Her naturalistic, mixed media art primarily incorporates pinecones, dried flowers, and other materials found or repurposed from nature. Working with pinecones has inspired her to experiment and use pinecones in creative ways, resulting in the creation of pinecone mosaics, pinecone flower art, pinecone pendants, jewelry and more. She currently teaches pinecone flower art workshops, runs her online shop and blog, and is looking forward to her residency and sharing her artistic process with others.

Learn more at https://www.pineconeallee.com/ 
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pinecone_allee 
FB: www.facebook.com/pineconealleeageartist
Studio Hours: TBD (check at the Tallac Museum for updates!)

CLASSES

TBD – Check back later for events!

ARTIST IN RESIDENCE TICKETS

Get Your Tickets Today!

Space is limited due to materials. Please visit our ticketing website at https://tallac-historic-site.square.site/programs to reserve seats. Or, call the Tallac Museum at 530-541-5227 to check availability.

Location & Parking

This class will meet at the Tallac Museum, 1 Heritage Way, South Lake Tahoe, CA 95401. Parking is free at the historic site. It is best to arrive early on weekends as parking cannot be reserved in advance and is competitve.

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