Designing the Surface
August 15 - 20, 2021
Jeanne Brady · jeannebrady.studio
Workshop at a glance
Learn uniquely inventive ways to create pattern, shape, and imagery on fabric using screen- and monoprinting, overlays, drawing and painting, resists, and fabric collage techniques.
- Creating pattern, shape, imagery and texture on cloth
- Multiple surface printing techniques
- Cottons and other natural fabrics
- High-quality water-based pigmants
- Screen and mono-printing tools
- Fabrics with multiple surface design techniques including printing, drawing and painting on cloth
- Image overlays, resists and collage techniques on cloth
Jeanne Brady is an artist and retired university educator of Fibers who lives near Nashville, Tennessee. Drawing, block carving, and printing imagery have always been central to her art making. Brady’s textile work ranges from pieced and stitched wall art to sculptural garments and home goods. She has won numerous awards and been exhibited both nationally and internationally.
In his workshop students discover unique and inventive ways to create pattern, shape, imagery, and texture on cloth. You will explore traditional and non-traditional approaches to surface design using screen and mono-printing, color, and image overlays, drawing and painting, resists, and collage techniques. Simple surfacing methods will build to more complex approaches using transparent, water-based pigments with infinite custom color-mixing options. Examples presented include printed fabrics, finished compositions, and designs that will add to your flow of ideas. Participants will receive valuable information and handouts during this fast-paced-yet -fun workshop. Open to all levels.
COURSE FEE: $600 · materials list
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