November 2014 - Paine Art Center and Gardens
The “Land of Sweets” features this oversized whimsical Christmas tree studded with candy canes and bright, colorful ornaments. Look closely and you’ll notice it’s twisty, unusual top!
A visit to the “Land of Snow” makes you feel like you’re in a magical winter wonderland.
The largest tree in the Great Hall is inspired by Chinese elements including large umbrellas and rice paper lanterns.
Clara, the heroine of the Nutcracker story, asleep in bed with her Nutcracker Prince.
Tucked away in the second floor of the mansion is Drosselmeyer’s Workshop featuring an assortment of his handy work.
The trees in the “Land of Sweets” are filled with scrumptious ornaments such as Candy Canes and Lollipops!
The trees in the Paine’s Hallway display red poinsettias and gold accents that complement the gold chandelier.
The Nutcracker music is an important element to the story. This wreath shows the visual side of the Nutcracker melody.