One- day workshop Wednesday August 2oth, 2014 9:00 am- 4:00pm (lunch break TBD)
Skill level: Confident beginner to advanced
Workshop Fee: $95 to register via Pay Pal please use the “Buy Now” link. To pay via check or any questions please contact me at Lindlyh@aol.com
Prior to June 15th, 2014 = full refund
June 16th – July 15th, 2014 = 50% refund
After July 15th, 2014 = no refund
You will learn about the art of designing and mixing a coordinated color palette using translucent polymer. Learn the parameters of proportion for tinting and strategies for increasing (and decreasing) the vibrancy of your colors. You will be able to choose between four different color palettes: Vibrant Spring, Lush Summer, Sophisticated Fall or Brilliant Jewel Winter in a range of intensities. Samples of several options to enhance the outline of your cane with pearl and/or embossing powders will be on display to aid in your choices.Have you been longing to return to the joy of childlike play, without self-consciousness and predetermined notions of skill and perfection? With Lindly’s guidance (and samples) you will encouraged to playfully experiment with edges, scale and shape shifting to create your own unique interlocking bead designs.
Lindly will guide you, step by step, as you make a rainbow roll cane that will feature a translucent clay blend with a semi-opaque outline.. Then you will discover how a simple cane slice can be transformed by manipulating the edges, folding, stretching or texturing and then possibly combined with other shapes to create dynamic volume to make your bracelet uniquely your own. Questions = Lindlyh@aol.com
Polyform products will be providing all the polymer you will need to complete your project.
I will be bringing a selection of rainbow blends to choose from, temporary stringing supplies and embossing powders.
If you would like to pemanently string together your bracelet during class- please bring 12” of white sewing elastic cord and a drill bit set with a bit corresponding to the thickness of your elastic and super glue gel.
Pasta Machine (and clamp)
Micro drill set (if you already have)
Acrylic roller or brayer
* Digital camera for taking “notes”
Something to take your work home in
Note about digital cameras
Please be mindful of the other participants when taking photos. My expectations include: not blocking the sightlines of others during demos to take photos, turning the shutter sounds off on your device and asking permission of your fellow students when photographing their work. Consider any step-out photos that you take as being for your personal use only = please don’t post these types of pictures on Pinterst, Flickr, Picassa or similar public photo sharing sites.
Please have fun with any photos of the group you take, my samples, your personal progress shots and any pieces that you make that have been insprired/informed via our workshop together.