The week with Kathyanne White went way too quickly. Everyone was having such fun printing on unusual surfaces (paper, fabric, tyvek, lutradur, aluminum cans) and collaging all of this with fabric, beads, buttons, and other embellishments to create wonderfully textured journals.
But I can’t be too sad, because Kathyanne has already agreed to come back in the Summer of 2012.
Here is a little preview of something that you will have to chance to create in that workshop.
This little cube was made from an aluminum can that was cut apart into sheets that were then printed with a digital image. The sheets were then cut apart and assembled into this cube with other layers of printed aluminum squares, wire, thread, and beads.
Kathyanne wrote a great post on her blog about the workshop and also has more details about her methods.
This weekend is the workshop with Natalie Sewell doing fabric landscapes. Then on Sunday, the always wonderful Alvaro Castagnet arrives to teach his Impressionist approach to watercolor. (Still one more spot open in his class!)