Shannon Weber: Candy Box Sampler – Approaching Woven Objects and Vessels in Innovative Ways

Date(s) - September 14, 2019 - September 16, 2019
All Day

Pacific NorthWest Art School

15 NW Birch Street


This is a process driven experience were students will engage in constructing different small scale mixed media objects or vessels using repetitive layering techniques. Processes will included stitching, cold connection, and various forms of basketry skills. Students will be using unusual tactile materials such as metal tape, bike tubing, wire, rusty tidbits, Pacific NW kelp, and other found objects and miscellaneous goodies. This class allows students to engage in creative play, gain off-beat skills in seeing “all materials as an option”, and it creates dialog for future innovation in one’s personal designs.

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