Audience Reviews of Bussolini
I aim to always be accessible and informative – and to share new ways to think rather than just a bunch of facts or list of plants. Images are beautiful, inspiring and plentiful, talks have environmental, aesthetic and hands-on practical advice.
Barry Glick from Renick WV - 05/29/2016 13:04:47
At the Oakland County Michigan Master Gardeners Conference last month, I had the privilege to enjoy, not just one, but two fascinating lectures presented by Karen Bussolini. Karen skillfully wove personal experiences, anecdotes and copious amounts of cultural information as she clicked though image after image, so sharp, crisp and colorful that they seem to jump off the screen.
Karen Promotes the Joy of Garden Creativity.
Carol Stocker, Boston Globe garden columnist from Boston, MA - 05/27/2016 16:43:19
Karen is one of the finest garden photographers working today. Combine her images with a winning and humorous speaking style and you have a one-two combination which is hard to beat. She leaves audiences feeling cheerful and inspired to get outside and be creative in their own gardens.
Jenna Messier from CT - 05/12/2016 18:17:21
Karen taught a Garden Photography workshop for NOFA OLC Program. The students and myself really enjoyed viewing her photography while she explained the concepts and techniques which she utilized to frame the gorgeous landscapes and leave us wanting more! She is a talented photographer and I really appreciate her desire to teach about organic land care practices and principles through the lens of her camera, within her publications and in the topics of her garden talks.
Lynn Hyson from Redding, CT - 05/10/2016 14:34:15
Karen Bussolini's talk about Color,Contrast and Movement was very well received by the Redding Garden Club. Accompanied by excellent photos, it illustrated good advice about pulling a garden together with color, contrast and repetition and freed the listener to combine colors that please her or him.
Betty Sanders from Medfield - 05/10/2016 00:51:44
Karen's lecture was the one the audience didn't want to end