Tapestry Weaving: Beginning and Beyond Class
Instructor: Barbara Burns. Meets on: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, January 26-28, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, 3 days.
Have you ever wanted to try tapestry weaving, but didn't know where to begin? Or, perhaps you've tried it on your own and are ready for some help. In this intensive, three day workshop you'll learn the fundamentals of tapestry weaving. You'll be guided step-by-step through various techniques while exploring the creative possibilities of tapestry weaving.
Beginner and intermediate levels are welcome, but no previous weaving experience is necessary. Even an experienced weaver can benefit from a refresher and Barbara's artistry offers something for everyone. There is a maximum of eight students to allow for plenty of individual attention.
Participants will be guided step by step through the process of warping a loom and weaving a sampler of several tapestry techniques that will be a reference for the future.
Instructor, Barbara Burns, studied tapestry at West Dean College in Sussex, England as well as here in the US, most notably with Archie Brennan and Susan Martin Maffei. She has taught private students and workshops in NY and Maine. Barbara's tapestries have been exhibited both nationally and internationally and she has received awards from as far away as Serbia.
Materials: Use of loom, and warp and weft materials are included in class fee.
Instructor: Barbara Burns
Meets on: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, January 26-28
Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, 3 days