Rose Mary Cullen Fiber Arts Workshops

  • 25 Jun 2012
  • 10:00 AM
  • 26 Jun 2012
  • 4:00 PM
  • York Art Association

Registration

  • Go Green with Plastics, Paper & More
    Includes $10 Materials Fee
  • Embellishment Techniques
    Includes $12 Materials Fee
  • Both workshops with a 20% discount on tuition.
    Includes $22 Materials Fee

- Deadline for registration is Monday, June 18, 2012
- Each workshop is limited to 12 participants.
Registration is closed

 Workshop 1 - June 25th, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Surfaces: Go Green with Plastics Paper & More

Stitch, iron, paint or layer your household recyclables to create beautiful and interesting surfaces that can be cut and reassembled onto cards or used as part of larger textile projects. The possibilities are endless so bring along your bubble wrap, vegetable netting, fruit packaging, newspapers, fabric remnants or anything your imagination dreams up. Create something imaginative and beautiful with plastics, paper and more.

Tuition*: $75 plus a $10 materials fee


Workshop 2 - June 26th, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Surfaces: Embellishment Techniques

Basic hand-embroidery stitches, beading and appliqué will be explored as a means to embellish, add texture and re-invent an item of clothing or fiber art piece. Stitches and techniques will be demonstrated and sampled, taking into consideration design elements such as scale, repetition and the various threads with which to make a mark. Participants will then apply one or more of these techniques to create some embellishment magic!

Tuition*: $75 plus a $12 materials fee

Rose Mary Cullen is a textile artist, and teacher who specialize in contemporary, embroidered textile art. She is based in Dublin, Ireland and Portsmouth, NH. She has a degree in Embroidered Textiles, a Masters in Design History, and is a tutor at the National College of Art and Design, Dublin, Ireland. She is a member of the Crafts Council of Ireland and the New Hampshire Art Association. All of these experiences come to bear on her work practice, which consists mostly of contemporary embroidered framed pieces but also wearable art using both traditional and modern embroidery techniques. Some works are pictorial with a naive quality. Other pieces are more abstract using stitching, the layering of fabrics, and the incorporation of varied materials to create visual effects.

*Receive a 20% discount on tuition by registering for both workshops.


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