Drawing Workshop
Sprouting Colors
with Roxane Revon

Saturday, April 30, 2022
FIAF Skyroom

Ages 7 & up • In English • 45 min

Featured in The New York Times — 5 Things To Do This Weekend!

Kids will find inspiration in the unique formations of sprouted potatoes to create their own artistic designs, learning how their lives are closely interwoven with the plant world, in this drawing workshop led by visual artist Roxane Revon.

Roxane’s drawings use the thin sprawling roots of vegetables as a basis for her compositions. Building on these organic lines with bright colors, she playfully reminds us how closely connected we are to nature. Create your own drawing—a reflection of how deeply intertwined everything is.

Roxane Revon

Roxane Revon is a French multi-disciplinary artist living in New York. She has been working as an award-winning stage director, scenographer, and teacher while developing multimedia installations and visual arts.

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    • Roxane Revon was an artist in residence at the LMCC Art Center on Governors Island in 2021 and exhibited her work in France, Hong Kong and the US over the past few years.

      Her work interrogates our link to “non human beings,” especially plants. In her current “Con-spire” and “Planthroposcene” installations inspired by anthropologist Natasha Myers, she stages new scenes and ways to see and to seed plant/people relationships in the here and now.

      Website: roxanerevon.com