We are offering this workshop for a second time for those who may have missed it before!
1:00-4:00 pm EST
A creative re-boot for artists of all media. Learn artistic principles and find new inspiration using an artistic medium that is sustainable and readily available.
Join Artist Barbara Bryn Klare from the comfort of your own home or studio space and spend the afternoon learning and experimenting with different techniques and methods of creating a series of sketches with fiber mediums. Part skillshare, and part artist retreat, this session will leave you feeling inspired and empowered. Use these methods to collect and document dye swatches for quilting, or embroidery stitches for embellishing, or explore color theory and textile design; there is an endless number of directions you can choose to go in with this exciting project. Share your thoughts, ideas, progress, and work with other artists in the group and get even more inspired.
In this workshop, participants will have the opportunity to
- Explore using a new medium in unconventional ways
- Use these mediums to develop composition and color theory basics
- Explore artistic principles using an artistic medium that is sustainable and readily available
- Document designs
- Incorporate references to textile designs.
Materials will need to be gathered in advance by the participants. (In the previous incarnation of this workshop, we had offered to send some materials but have selected not to do so for this one).
We love our Essential Workers and First Responders!
Do you work at an essential business or in the medical field, law enforcement, or another first responder field? We would love to give you the scholarship rate to participate at a reduced rate. Email email@example.com to learn more.
About the Artist:
BARBARA BRYN KLARE was born on Valentine’s Day in Athens, Ohio, and received a BA in geology and studio art/art history from Oberlin College and an MA Fine Art Merit from University for the Creative Arts UK. Her artwork has been exhibited in museums and galleries in SF, LA, Brooklyn, S Korea, Canada and UK and has been reviewed online in Huffington Post, Woven Tale Press, Les Femmes Folles and Marin Arts and Culture, among others. In fall 2019, she had the honor of being the first Artist-in-Residence at Dairy Barn Arts Center. Ms Klare is a founding member of Textile Arts Los Angeles and the International Collage Guild and currently serves on the board of PaperCircle.
Previously, Ms. Klare worked as a freelance textile/surface designer in SF and LA and as a professional writer, editor, and columnist. During college, she worked in several art conservation labs, including the Intermuseum Conservation Association Lab at Oberlin.