200 Cushions for 200th Barachois Historic Church Barachois, New Brunswick now travelling
Climate Change and Art, There is no Plan B Ladysmith Waterfront Gallery Jan 1- 27th, 2020
Castaways:Art from the Material World Batemen Foundation Gallery Victoria, BC March 6-June 5 2020
2020 Sales Venues
Yellowknife Guild of Arts and Crafts Spring Sale and Christmas Sale March and November St Pats School Rock Foyer Yellowknife, NT
Fireweed Art Studio SombeK Park summer 2020
Introduction to Tapestry - Weave a Landscape Feb 1-22, 2020 Yellowknife Guild fo Arts and Crafts TICKETS
Wool Applique - Seasonal Decor March 14-28 Yellowknife Guild of Arts and Crafts TICKETS
Bring any of the following workshops in-house, to your guild or to your group.
Sketchbooks for Fibre Artists A Sketchbook is your tool to document your art journey. Learn how to capture your ideas without criticism, test out ideas and concepts, audition techniques and record successes. Participants leave with their own little black book, and a start on their own learning journey.
Introduction to Drawing for Fibre Artists Many artists are drawn to working with fibre because of their joy in colour, texture and pattern. This session is an opportunity to add drawing to your repertoire with fibre. Use illustration to emphasize your fibre story. No pressure, no judgement, this session reminds us that we can all draw.
Mixed Media in Rug Hooking Although a heritage craft of Canada, rug hooking has broken into the world of art with its unique way to tell a story through the most ubiquitous of materials. In this session you will explore ways to add other traditional and non-traditional arts mediums into your rug hooking work. This is an experimental program with a lot of opportunity to try out mediums to find your favourites.
Dimensional Rug Hooking Learn how to carve your hooked rugs to create a bas relief effect. This course requires previous rug hooking experience.
Weaving for Men Fibre art can be a passion for everyone. This course introduces the use of simple to advanced looms and techniques for creating cloth and wearables. You learn from a male instructor in a safe space.