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Monthly Archives: July 2015
The Colors We Forgot We Had
Originally posted on HOPE STATE STYLE:
Last September, I took a workshop at the Marshfield School of Weaving on dyeing with plants gathered from garden, field and forest. I headed up to Vermont right after quitting my job in publishing and could feel myself sliding into a different way of being. It seems significant that, through…
Workshops, Contact details…
Join my mailing list if you would like to hear about any new events… courses/workshop I set up You can contact me @ email@example.com. I record my activities on my Face Book page and post loads of photos on my Instagram page “The workshop and your tuition was inspiring. I went home created an art spaceContinue reading “Workshops, Contact details…”
Stencilling Mackintosh workshop
This workshop takes place in the fashionable West end of Glasgow, only a stone throwaway from the Mackintosh House at the Hunterian Art Gallery and the Mackintosh church. During that day you will learn to cut and apply one (or two) Glasgow style stencils in the style of Charles Rennie Mackintosh to several background …Continue reading “Stencilling Mackintosh workshop”
Look around you… Get inspired… or how to use your home sources to design a stencil !
One can think designing a stencil is a difficult task, that to achieve that you must be a designer and have a lot of technical skills and that can be true. But I want to show you here that you can find inspiration around you to extract designs that will make a beautiful stencilContinue reading “Look around you… Get inspired… or how to use your home sources to design a stencil !”
Tracing and recreating an historic stencil
Ault wharrie is a 1903 property by the architect George Walton built in Dunblane (Scotland) While being refurbished some design schemes were found on the walls in some of the rooms. some in very good state just needing some touching up and some almost destroyed in great need to be recreated. The photographs here comeContinue reading “Tracing and recreating an historic stencil”