Adult classes are open to students age 16 and up, unless otherwise noted.
Students under 16 will be considered. Class sizes are limited
Nuno Felted Scarf
Students will learn to create wearable art in the form of nuno felting. Nuno felting is a wet process of felting wool into a fabric such as silk. This workshop will have the option of doing a more advanced technique using a resist or more advanced embellishments. Barb will bring some samples of advanced designs and everyone can have fun experimenting. Beginners are welcome! $20 materials fee payable to instructor.
Students will create a unique 12×16 wall hanging of carded and prefelt wool, using the process of wet felting. Each person can make the design their own, or follow Barb’s example. Once your creation is complete, soapy water and friction will felt it all together. After the felting is complete and it is dry you will be shown how to stretch it over a canvas. Beginners are welcome! Materials fee $15 payable to instructor.
Create a wildflower garden using the swipe technique associated with acrylic pours. Students will mix paints with a pouring medium by tilting and swirling the canvas, and instead of a brush, gravity will be the tool used to move the paint across your 8X10 canvas. Beginner or expert artist, the results are unlike anything you have ever done before. All materials supplied!
Ever wanted to travel? Children will explore new materials and techniques as they create a variety of projects inspired by subjects around the world. We will travel to China, the Netherlands, and Mexico. In China, we will make a willow tree poem ‘porcelain’ plate. In the Netherlands, we will draw windmills with a field of tissue paper tulips. Lastly, in Mexico, we will use a weaving technique to create Ojos de Dios—this is a favorite of many students! New projects are introduced each week, with students working with a variety of materials; all supplies provided.