Sharon Barfoot guides an exploration of the pochoir printmaking method, which uses stencils that are inked in solid colours and layered face up on a plate.
From glassblowing to nuno felting, watercolours to oil painting, fine craft to fine art, our artist led experiences can be the catalyst for creative exploration or professional development.
We will start each class with a short demonstration and discussion about techniques, then create a piece using the techniques and palate we create. Over the course of the four classes each artist will create their own colour chart to take home.
Join Cheryl Vance for an immersion in tradition embroidery techniques which can then springboard your own projects after the course. Students will begin with fundamental concepts such as embroidery styles, fabric choice, correct use of hoop, needle and thread, and design transfer.
Discover the pleasure of carving soapstone. Soapstone is a very soft stone that can be carved with simple hand tools. In this course you will be introduced to the process of carving and finishing a basic soapstone carving.
This immersive course in encaustic techniques will include an introduction to the medium, history, safety, using heat to fuse the encaustic to wood boards, and an introduction to image transfers.
This workshop is ideal for the botanical artist looking for something a little different. Two stunning step-by-step floral projects in coloured pencils (and acrylic paint) on a black background will be the focus of the two-day workshop.