Paper flowers by Tiffanie Turner

I’ve been admirer of the whimsical paper flower work of Tiffanie Turner and I was thrilled when we could kick off my new craft workshop series with her at my new workspace, Hinterland Studios. She’s coming in from San Francisco to teach a Rose de Granville paper flower workshop. But first, I have to show off her incredible work.

Tiffanie specializes in oversized realistic paper flowers (see why I love her work?!) and she was granted a residency at the prestigious De Young Museum in San Francisco, which is a big step for the art of paper flowers.
Paper flowers by Tiffanie Turner Rose de Granville paper flower workshop

I’m super thrilled to kick off The House that Lars Built workshops with Tiffanie.

To learn more about it and how to sign up. Please see below!

Rose de Granville paper flower workshop
In this workshop, Tiffanie will be focusing her instruction on one very specific and very beautiful flower, the iconic rose de Granville. Working in your choice of crepe paper texture and color, you will examine the exquisite spiraling botanical form of the rose de Granville, and create your own specimen, complete with leaves and stem. A fun workshop with beautiful results.
Thursday, July 30th
Hinterland Studios
1253 South Main Street
Springville, UT 84663
Cost: $75 which includes materials, goody bag, refreshments
About Tiffanie Turner
TIffanie Turner is an artist who explores nature and botany in large and small scales in paper. She is also a wife, mother of two young children, and a licensed California architect. Her work stems from her background as an architect, particularly her interest in construction and repetitive motifs, along with her lifelong passion for flowers and botanical drawings. Her work can be seen around the Bay Area when she is exhibiting, at the upcoming exhibit BOTANICA at the Bedford Gallery in Walnut Creek, CA, at the de Young Museum in spring 2016 where she will be the artist in residence, and online at
CLICK HERE to reserve your spot! Please note, refunds are granted until July 16th.
Photos by Tiffanie Turner