I am hosting my first ever Shibori Textile Workshop July, 9th via my current blog, A Day in the Life.
You can learn the ancient Art of Shibori and create 2 modern and bohemian tea towels for your home.
This textile workshop will teach and explore ancient art of Japanese Shibori. You will be able to experiment with various folds, tie and dye techniques to create unique fabrics colored a deep blue Indigo hue.
*Workshop size is limited to 8 individuals to allow ample time to create.
Here are the details on how to enroll now~
- Indigo Shibori Workshop
- West Los Angeles Studio
- July 9th, 2-5 p.m.
- All materials included.
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Questions? email email@example.com
Last weekend, I taught myself to screen print with the help of Lena Corwin’s amazing book! As an artist working in the world of design, I often wish to have the ability to design my own textiles.
The first print I tried was using a simple stencil. I cut out the deer pattern using my exacto blade. You can see a messy picture of all my supplies: squeegie covered in ink, painter’s tape, spoon, and screen printing ink.
Here is what the screen looks like after dragging the squeegie across one time.
Voila! Some of the fruits of my labor…
A greeting card with hand painted watercolor background, digitally enhanced print.
Linen Pillowcase with Silver Reindeer Print
and this set of mix and match Tea Towels
It’s amazing how you can come up with an array of products from a single print!
These items will be in my Etsy shop soon:)
Today is shaping up to be an active rainy Monday. I am working on a lighting installation all day and can’t wait to share the photos. I will keep you posted.
You may be wondering where I have been, (lately I am reading more). I have some book recommendations, if you are looking for pure fiction!
I am working on a wood panel artwork for an art benefit December 10th. The event called 11 x 11 is a fundraiser for the arts and is created by Michelle Berc of CreateFixate.
These inky watercolors by Lourdes Sanchez have been right up my alley. Watercolor is a medium that never fails to appeal to me. There is something about it’s aqueous quality that I just love.
I have abundant projects and ideas I hope to materialize over the following months, some involving watercolor.
Which one is your fave?
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