- Embroidered Landscape Vessel Tutor - Emily Notman
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Booking Information: Please book your place online. Payments are taken securely via PayPal – you do not need to have a Paypal account. Please call the shop asap if you prefer not to pay online to guarantee your place on 01995 603363. Please be aware that your place is not guaranteed until payment is received.
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About your workshop:
Create your own textile vase using contemporary mixed media techniques including dissolvable fabric, sculptural appliqué, machine embroidery and hand stitch. During the day you will also experiment with paint, ink and dyes to ensure each piece is unique. Each vase will be formed around a glass vessel making it perfect to house a candle or fresh flowers.
There are a number of skills to be enjoyed, using dissolvable fabrics with machine embroidery, applique, sculpting your vessel, as well as a experimenting with mixed media led by Emily.
Skill Level: For all levels
“I create bespoke textile instillations mixing media and building up tactile delicate surfaces. I work and rework my pieces with paint, dyes, bleach and ink, burning and layering until finishing it with hand stitch. I find beauty in flaky walls, overgrown buildings and encrusted surfaces; this is something I recreate in my work. My pieces evolve and grow with time, incorporate history with layering and sometimes the tiniest mark made or stitch changes a piece dramatically it’s this detail that excites me.
I studied at Leeds College of Art and Design between 2006 and 2008, which resulted in a passion for Photography, Textiles and Fashion. I then attended the University of Cumbria, graduating in 2011, with a 1st Class BA Honours Degree in Contemporary Applied Arts – specialising in Ceramics, Embroidery and Printed Textiles.”
What is provided for you?
Emily will provide all your materials.
- Tea, coffee, cake.
- You may bring along anything you wish to incorporate into your piece, to make your vessel personal to you.
- an apron or wear old clothes – the first hour is controlled messy (Emily will bring gloves and plastic sheeting)
- Sewing machine
- Sewing kit
- any threads hand and machine or embellishments you may like to add to your vessel to make it personal to you.
- a box to take your vessel home in (e.g. a shoe box)