In addition to CLASSES in menu – taking names for yet unscheduled classes – changes regularly …
When there are enough folks interested in the topic (say 3 or more) then the class will be scheduled.
If you are interested in taking one of these classes sign up here.
—— or have one in mind, well, you can indicate that as well.
** Braiding with Beads (Karen Huntoon from Truckee)
** Braiding: Braiding around Hooking (Dianne Tobias)
** Wedge Weave – Eccentric Weave (Deborah Corsini)
** Intro to Hand Spinning (Kathryn Rossum)
** Fabric and Paper Printing Extravaganza (Lisa Grey)
**Collage From Your Collections (Lisa Grey)
**Fold, Clamp, Wrap and Print with Rust (Lisa Grey)
** Weaving – Beginning & Intermediate levels (Janice Sullivan)
** Dyeing Zapotec Style (Rodrigo Sosa Bautista)
** Zapotec Rug Weaving (Rodrigo Sosa Bautista)
** Weaving – 8 Harness “weaving in a parallel universe“ (Linda Hartshorn) –class will be scheduled in 2017 with dates convenient for interested students and instructor.
Linda Hartshorn will give a free talk on Friday August 26th at 7pm
and her indigo dye class ORGANIC INDIGO – EASY AS 1,2,3 is Aug. 27-28.
Come visit the new Gallery show this coming Friday – 5pm
STUDENT WORKS from the Mendocino College, Fort Bragg, Textile Classes taught by Adriane Nicolaisen and Pavlos Mayakis.
Saturday 4-23-16 PTArts Program will be “Vibrant Rainbows and Earthly Mellows“. Social Circle and Show&Tell starts at 10am and program follows at 11. Workshop will begin in the afternoon.
Come by and see the new gallery show – Art Quilts From The Collection Of Sue Arnold.
5 – 8 pm
Free to Pacific Textile Arts Members. All welcome, donations appreciated
INTRODUCING SHANNON WEBER & HER WORK WITH UNCOMMON MATERIALS
Shannon Weber from Oregon will be the Guest Artist in Residence at the Mendocino Art Center March 14 – April 30, 2016 and will be holding a 3 day Fiber Mixed Media Sculpture and En-Caustic workshop at the Mendocino Art Center April 8-10 2016.
Shannon has been a working full time studio artist and designer for 30 + years and is known for her use of mixing uncommon materials with several layers of weaving, stitching, and cold connections. She has been featured in Fine Arts publications such as Surface Design Journal, Fiber Art Now, American Museum and 20 others worldwide and most recently in the book “3D Mixed Media Textile Artist” released in 2015 by Sam Pitcher and Joseph Pitcher of TextileArtist.org.
Shannon lives in Cottage Grove, Oregon in which she maintains a studio full time. For more info see Shannon’s website.
Jason is giving a workshop March 26-29 on 4-end Blockweave Structures.
FREE TALK SAT MARCH 26th at PTArts GUILD MEETING 11am – noon
4-end blockweave (taquete), is an extremely versatile structure for rug weaving. Offering many of the design possibilities that are achievable in 3-end blockweave, it is none the less visually very different.
The threading allows for plain weave and this means we can explore summer and winter in this class, opening up a whole new range of design options.