Wool Landscape Workshop with Meredith Law

This class is sold out. Space is available on March 21!

Join artist Meredith Law to explore the creative galaxy of WOOL.   We will gather around a communal table with piles of soft colorful wool, pre-made rustic wood frames, and her watercolors as templates.  No art experience required—Meredith will guide you through the process of painting with fibers and a needle.   All materials provided so you can go home with a ‘ready to hang’ piece of fiber art!

Materials provided:

  • felted canvas
  • wool roving
  • salvaged wood frame
  • felting needles
  • felting pad
  • watercolor templates




Mar 17 2024


12:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Questions? email info@maringarden.org or call 415-455-5260


  • Meredith Law
    Meredith Law

    I’m a naturalist, artist, and event designer who gets excited about the tiniest details. I grew up in North Carolina gardening and exploring the woods. The last 15 years in Marin County, I spent getting to know every trail on Mt. Tam and every event venue in wine country. With a BFA in sculpture and a degree in botany, my passion lies in collecting unusual pieces from nature and creating elegant things out of the unexpected. For my event design company, I act as art director, illustrator, and event brand ambassador making sure every detail tells a story. But what I really love is teaching folks to make beautiful things by exploring where nature meets art.

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