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A series of art master classes gave visitors to the Tweed an opportunity to work with prominent artists over the weekend.

The master classes were a feature of the Tweed Fusion festival, a weekend to celebrate the food and art of the Tweed region.

 

Video: Sharon Shostak

Tweed Fusion gave visitors the opportunity to learn techniques from local artists.
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2 COMMENTS

  1. That is a Slipper Orchid.
    Orchids have no smell to attract bees but they attract by beauty and colour. They come in all colours except one. There are no blue orchids. A lot of money have been spent it trying to propergate a blue orchid.
    It can be done by injecting blue dye into the stem.
    The black background brings out the red of passion and brings out the red to the foreground. Black and red. Red and black.
    All in. All done. All bets in. Turn the wheel and around and we go and see what number the ball stops on.

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