Lenny Wilson learned to make shoes at a leather-trades college in London before beginning a career in public horticulture. Along the way, he was inspired to create a pair of shoes that incorporated plants into their construction using traditional methods and materials. Enjoy this visual, in-depth journey about how his work has developed as he unifies leather and leaves and integrates other plant parts to craft unique, life-size shoes. The evening includes a display of his artistry. Lecture takes place in the Rotunda. Included with admission.  Members free.