We will be making seed bombs in this class. Seed Bombs are a great garden project, made with wildflower seeds molded together with recycled paper pulp.
They are thrown or laid on the soil and nature’s rains dissolve them to germinate the seeds.
Everything is provided but, you are welcome to bring your own favorite seeds!
Join me at Contemporary Crafts for 3-D Pulp painting.
We’ll use plastic and glass cups, bowls as molds, yarn, string, sticks, wire and cloth to build armatures. We’ll then attach wet pulps such as abaca, cotton linter, and other heavier natural pulps to the armatures, molds and shapes we built. Various inclusions and colored pulps will be used to enhance our creations.
Create an image of a fish and other natural objects with relief surfaces with exacting detail! This 400 year old technique is accomplished by using ink applied directly onto the body of the fish and a rubbing motion to transfer its detailed features to paper or cloth.
Learn the 400 year old Japanese art of Gyotaku Students will create an image of a fish and other natural objects with relief surfaces with exacting detail! This technique uses block print Ink, rice papers, acrylic and watercolor paints. Students will take home a fish print ready to mount and frame. Albert Pantone is a fiber artist specializing in paper making with native invasive plant species.
May 20 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm