In this three-day workshop, you’ll learn a creative way to craft an art quilt while also cleaning up our planet by using single-use plastics as your fabric. They come in a myriad of colors, thicknesses, patterns and even textures, and can sewn almost like fabric. Plan on collecting them over a few weeks in advance of the workshop and you’ll be surprised by the variety. During the workshop, you’ll create art inspired by nature with the plastic bags. Natalya will show you how to prepare the plastic, cut it, and stitch it by both hand and machine. You will experiment with different substrates and finishes, and create an art quilt like no other.
About Natalya Khorover
Natalya’s art is an extension of her commitment to using recycled and repurposed materials, a lifelong advocacy. Her detailed works are nuanced and reimagined images inspired by the lines of the urban environment. A close examination of Natalya’s art reveals delightful and unexpected combinations of materials as diverse as vintage lace, plastic sheeting, and candy wrappers, layered and collaged with machine and hand stitching.
For the last ten years, Natalya has been selected to exhibit in juried art shows throughout the United States, including the Diary Barn’s biennial Quilt National exhibition (2013 and 2017) and the 63rd Annual Art of the Northeast at the Silvermine Art Center in New Canaan, CT. Natalya has also showcased her works in juried art fairs such as The Other Art Fair in Brooklyn, NY and The Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show in Philadelphia, PA. The Visions Art Museum in San Diego included Natalya’s work in the exhibition, Breakout: Quilt Visions 2016.
Natalya’s work has been featured in periodicals and books including Surface Design Magazine, Fiber Art Now, SAQA Journal, Art Quilt Collector, Quilting Arts Magazine, Cloth Paper Scissors Magazine, Art Quilting Studio, and Artful Adventures in Mixed Media by Nathalie Kalbach, from North Light Books.
She is a member of Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA), Surface Design Association (SDA) and the Katonah Museum Artist Association (KMAA).
Natalya earned her BFA from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. Following careers in the New York City fashion and film industries, she lives and works in Westchester County, NY.
Learn more about Natalya on her website; https://www.artbynatalya.com/
Rates & Enrollment
Day Student Tuition: $445.00
Full 5-Day Package*: $1,213.00-$1,325.00* + Service Charge & Tax
*3-Day Workshop Package includes: Tuition for 3 full class days, 4 nights of dinner, lodging, breakfast, daily cookie and fruit breaks, unlimited coffee and tea, and welcoming wine and cheese reception. Your choice between a room to yourself (single occupancy) or bring a friend and split a room (double occupancy).
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