May 26, 2018 | 1:00 PM | Saturday

Sat May 26, 1:00 PM - Sat May 26, 4:00 PM
in 4 days
2301 Bull St, Savannah, GA 31401

Community: Historic District



This three hour workshop will cover the "secrets” of creating one of a kind items using luxurious silks and French dyes.

Event Details

We will use water, alcohol and salts to enhace the designs and then steam each one for maximum softness and color. Each student will make a suncatcher and scarf, and will walk out with an understanding of the process of silk painting to continue at home.

Registration fee includes all materials.

This class meets in the 2nd Floor Annex multipurpose space and is stair accesss only.

Instructor Bio

I came to the decision to follow my heart and BE an artist rather than wish to be one when I was rounding the corner of my 50th Birthday. I went to France with a group which ignited my passion for Photography while the entire trip reminded me that being an artist was going to mean serious work. Learning the art of silk painting was next and after the first creation, I was hooked! I belong to numerous fiber associations stimulating growth and education of fiber techniques. I have taken master classes in Japanese Rosome', Shibori, deconstructed silk screening and too many more mini classes to list. Fiber took over my creative life for 2-1/2 years selling in numerous locations and loving the diversity in the medium. I love the science of fiber dyeing and can't wait to share some of it with you. You can find my art locally at Gallery 11 as well as Tybee Cottage Gallery along with numerous presentations locally in Savannah area. Come make something special for yourself or as the perfect gift.

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