Shibori Dyeing On Silk Scarves
Shibori means to wring, squeeze, or press the fabric in some manner before dyeing. You will learn three shibori dyeing methods on each of three 6" x 24" silk scarves. You will then choose your favorite method to reproduce on a 8" x 72" silk scarf. The three shibori methods include bomaki (pole sewn and wrapped), arashi (folded, twisted, and wrapped), and karamatsu (pleated and compressed). Each scarf will be a work of art!
The supply fee of $20 will cover silk scarves and the use of all supplies needed.
Dates: Saturday, February 15
Time: 10 AM - 3 PM
Location: Studio A, Call Street Entrance (417 E. Call St)
Instructor: Deborah Van Stratum
Fee: $35 LeMoyne members/ $40 non-members
Supplies: $20 supply fee
Capacity: 6 students
Level: All levels
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
DEBORAH VAN STRATUM
A 20-year Tallahassee resident, Deborah Van Stratum grew up in College Park, Maryland. Deborah earned her Fine-Arts degree from Montgomery College and her Bachelor of Science Cum-Laude in Human-Ecology from University of Maryland where she studied art history and art gallery management. Deborah applied her design knowledge to painting, ceramics, and textile weaving. After graduation, Deborah demonstrated hand-weaving in a log cabin at Penn-Alps Vintage Artist Museum in Western Maryland’s Appalachian Mountains. Before moving to Tallahassee, Deborah taught high school classes in Western Maryland for ten years, covering diverse such subjects as art, art-history, design, algebra, geometry and human ecology.
Deborah has been an International Decorative Artist League (IDAL) member for many years. A prodigious artist accomplished in many types of media, Deborah’s art is displayed at 1020 Gallery and was featured on WCTV television. Deborah was published several times in “Home & Design Magazine”. Deborah founded and managed Painted Inspirations LLC, a Tallahassee-based interior decorative finish business, for 20 years. Deborah’s unique decorative finishes and striking original murals grace many fine private homes and important businesses throughout the greater-Tallahassee community.
Deborah taught youth and adult fine art classes in several types of media at LeMoyne Arts for several years. Lately, Deborah has developed a passion for acrylic-pouring and is working diligently to develop her personal skills in this exciting new medium. While Deborah can often be found working in her art studio and up-to-her-elbows in acrylic paint, she can always be reached at magnoliascloset.net or at @deborahvanstratum on Instragram.
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