Patterns in nature: Archaeology of Leaves

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90 mins

Hosted in Serbian,English,Spanish

From 5 up to 20 participants


What you'll do

Archaeology of Leaves is a creative activity that brings focus and creativity to the group. Working from home or remotely could feel lonely or sometimes distant among different teammebers, with the help of Ana your team will explore the beautiful patterns that nature bring to us and enjoy an interca

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Archaeology of Leaves is a creative activity that brings focus and creativity to the group. Working from home or remotely could feel lonely or sometimes distant among different teammebers, with the help of Ana your team will explore the beautiful patterns that nature bring to us and enjoy an intercative session to discover the originilaity of your colleagues.

In this 90 minute session your group will be immerse in a collaboration space where Ana will share her art project and introduce to the artistic process she uses to come up with designs. A great opportunity to awake your inner participant and find out about creative techniques to create your own work of art using real leaves.


What you'll need

• Pressed leaves (they can be fully preserved or broken. Both options are welcome)

• Paper (more sheets -preferably a bit thicker watercolor paper- suggested size A5. It can be bigger depending on the size of the leaves you have)

• White liquid glue

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• Pressed leaves (they can be fully preserved or broken. Both options are welcome)

• Paper (more sheets -preferably a bit thicker watercolor paper- suggested size A5. It can be bigger depending on the size of the leaves you have)

• White liquid glue

• Paints (watercolor - tempera - acrylic - ink-pen ... Most of these materials will do)

• Pencil (which we will be using for drawing a leaf)

• Rubber

• Brushes (thinner ones mostly- for interpreting the fine leaf structures- but the thicker ones are also welcome)

• Palette/plate (for the glue and paints in case they are using acrylics or tempera)


Meet your activity host, Ana

Identity verified

I am a visual artist specialized in painting and drawing, currently pursuing a PhD in visual arts. My work is mainly figurative and I am inspired by everything that surrounds me, especially nature and its wide range of forms.

I love sharing my work and experience with other people!

Check out [thi

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I am a visual artist specialized in painting and drawing, currently pursuing a PhD in visual arts. My work is mainly figurative and I am inspired by everything that surrounds me, especially nature and its wide range of forms.

I love sharing my work and experience with other people!

Check out this interview I had with Onsite.fun.


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Diesel from Requestly

November 2020

Ana is a very talented. I am not particular very good at drawing, but her project with the leaves its really instructful and good stress relief. She adapted with ease to different speeds in the team and it was fun to discover the creative parts of my colleagues!

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Dave from Announcr

February 2021

We found this experience fun, educational, and therapeutic. It was a treat to practice three different painting techniques and learn about visual thinking as well! Recommended this to others!


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