Date(s) - 07/12/2019 - 07/13/2019
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Arkansas Craft School
Instructor: Antzee Magruder
This workshop is a must for quilters and other people who wish to take that next step into creating highly original works in fabric, works that transcend traditional patterns.
Fiber Artist & Instructor Antzee Magruder begins with fabrics, then, through endless combinations of hand stitching, overlapping, collage with found objets, and even painted accents, she creates intricate balances between the old and new.
The final pieces may remain richly abstract or may contain narratives that slowly emerge as you examine the intricate textures and patterns. Here, the initial fabrics are the medium, or support, for the final works.
Students, the creators, then need to be fully engaged as they add to and interact with each stage of development.
Techniques, materials, possibilities, and individual coaching are all part of this workshop. Appropriate for all levels.
Materials fee: $25 payable to instructor by cash or check first day of class
Bookings are closed for this event.