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Textile Printing Workshop with Vivien Haley
21 September 2019 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm$85
Gallery Lane Cove + Creative Space will be holding a textile printing workshop with Vivien Haley! This workshop introduces two simple printmaking methods that can be applied to any form of art or craft where fabric and textiles are used.
Spaces are very limited and they only have a couple spots left so if you want to take part in this workshop you need to book NOW! Give us a call on 02 9428 4898 or book online using the link below
When: Saturday 21 September
Where: Bernina Studio, Lane Cove Gallery + Creative Studios
Time: 10am – 1pm
Age: 18+ years
Instructor: Vivien Haley
Cost: $85 including some materials.
FABRIC PRINTS, STENCILS + MONOTYPES
Introductory Workshop on Textiles Printmaking with Vivien Haley.
The workshop introduces two simple printmaking methods that can be applied to any form of art or craft where fabric and textiles are used. They can be used as a repeat pattern, placement or border print for visual art, wall hangings, soft furnishing or placement prints for clothing.
The aim of the workshop is to create two or three motifs and prints encompassing these techniques. Creating a fabric piece that shows a repeat, placement or border print onto the final design. This will be printed onto natural linen.
Size 35cm x 108cm. Suitable for a wall hanging, runner or small cushion.
Discussing your design and project. Drawing your designs onto paper and cutting stencils. Creating mono prints from painting onto Perspex and printing on to paper.
Printing onto paper first helps to see how your print works. As the amount of ink and pressure changes. An even print works best to create a repeat pattern. Mono prints are created with brushes, scratching and drawing into the ink. Creating bolder and more complex results. Through experimentation you can resolve your prints and ideas. Once confident you can move to printing your fabric design onto the linen.
Materials Students to Bring:
Stencil ideas for motifs: plants, flowers, rocks, shells,
Monoprint ideas: Textures, ripples, scratching. Brush strokes and drawing. Simplicity works best with these techniques.
Paper or note book. Pencil. Scissors. A Favourite brush. Pencil. Painting Apron/shirt. Inspiration – Japanese Textiles and Motifs from the Natural World.
Textile Inks. Brushes. Pencils. Paper. Stencil Blades. Scissors. Plastic/Perspex. Wood blocks. Natural Linen Fabric 35cm x 108cm.
About the teacher
Vivien studied sculpture and Printmaking at the National Art School, Sydney. Initially exhibiting with the Sculpture Society, she then developed a 20 year career as a Textile Printmaker exhibiting widely through out Australia in public and private galleries. Also exhibiting with Stella Downer Fine Art for a decade. Inspired by the Japanese aesthetics and interpretation of nature, Vivien’s work reflects the landscape, its subtle colour palette and organic design. Her practice has continued for some thirty five years. You can look at her work on www.vivienhaley.com