Workshops 2012

1-Day Workshop
Saturday, Feb. 24, 2012
9-4 The Arts Center, Greenwood, SC

Working with paper and fabric, participants create multiple compositions utilizing shapes they create in an improvisational process.  Compositions are then stitched using piecing and/or raw edge applique.  Students begin the process of discovery by exploring their natural way to create shapes.  The workshop is planned for beginners-intermediate students.

To register or obtain more information call Jennifer Smith at 864-953-2462.


2-Day Workshop
East Bay Heritage Quilters
San Francisco, California
Saturday, May 19 & Monday, May 20, 2012

This two-day workshop introduces students to techniques to develop a personal shape vocabulary.  New motifs and icons are developed and taken into compositions.  Work is constructed using piecing and raw-edge applique and the class is designed for both beginners and intermediate students.

For more information visit: HERE


LECTURE - Self-Critique - How Artists Critique Their Own Work

This lecture will be presented Monday, May 21, 2012 for the EBHQ as part of the weekend of activities.


2- Day Workshop
Friday - Saturday, Oct. 26-27, 2012
The Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center
Auburn, NY

This workshop focuses on the study and application of one of the basic elements of design - LINE.  Dramatic or understated, frantic or languid, LINE can be the focus of a composition or a solid supporting player.  Students will learn how to incorporate and manipulate line to tell a story.  We will create directly in fabric using machine piecing.   Group and individual discussions will be an important part of this class.

For more information and registration visit: HERE