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Valerie Maser Flanagan, Lines as a Design Focus in a Sewn Composition, Fiber and Baskets
Oct 15 to Oct 17

Lines as a Design Focus in a Sewn Composition

Explore the importance of line as a visual element in artistic compositions. Learn the basics of improvisational piecing by freely cutting lines and curves to create several small compositions in black and white. Through these studies, explore how various angles and curves can change the expression and mood of a composition. Then, using the ideas generated, create a larger composition in color. Basic sewing skills required. Students to bring their own machines and materials. Supply list will be provided.

NOTE: By instructor request, all students in this workshop, regardless of vaccination status, will be required to wear masks while in the studio. Snow Farm has medical masks available or students may bring cloth masks; no bandanas or scarves, please.

All Meals: $116.00

  • When housing is selected, MEALS are automatically added to the cart and will appear as a separate item.
  • 2nd person in the cottage: Please add ALL MEALS.
  • Non-residential students can choose LUNCH ONLY or ALL MEALS.

Registration Opens January 25, 2021