"Silk Painting" with Sandy Melroy

"Silk Painting" with Sandy Melroy

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October 5th 2019

9am-4pm

Kit fee: $25 paid to teacher

Description

This Introduction to Silk Painting is for both creative novice, skilled artisan and everything in between. No experience is required; just an interest to learn and a willingness to tap into your most creative self. Projects created in class will be finished items as described, but will also lend themselves to being incorporated into other creative projects.  All supplies, materials and tools needed to complete a finished piece are provided. An opportunity to discuss the possibilities for future projects will be available, in addition to providing detailed information where to order supplies. Some additional supplies may be made available for purchase as “take home projects”.

Brief Trunk Show & Demonstration of the process, supplies, materials and finishing steps

Create A Hand-Painted Silk Scarf & A Creative Silk Art Piece (Supplies included for 2 finished projects)

o Silk Scarf -11” x 60” (choice of techniques including Arashi Shibori & Serti method)

o 18” Silk Art Piece of Student’s Design Choice—Suitable for framing or incorporating in other textile projects

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Supply List

No supplies needed for this class. Kit fee paid directly to teacher day of class (Check or Cash)

$25 Kit fee includes an 11 x 60” 8 mm Habotai Scarf, ½ yard of 8 mm Habotai silk, sample silk squares for practice, Paint, Fixative, Gutta  

Supplies needed for 2 finished projects available during class

Additional supplies will be available for purchase during class ( ranging in prices. additional white silk- $10 per yard, blank silk scarves various sizes ranging from $6 - $10 each , silk paint kits, ranging from $10-$20 , Gutta - $4, a selection of finished silk scarves, priced from $25-$55. )

About the Artist

Over a decade ago, while living in England, Sandy Melroy created an art inspired, textiles business called Silk Sensations. Her unique blend of international experience in teaching/education, retail, and design led her to incorporate painting on silk into her love of textiles and fashion design. Sandy loves to share the process of painting on silk through demonstrations and workshops for private groups, large scale format for corporate team building and school children of all ages.

Sandy trained as an instructor of textile arts and fashion design (B.A., Univ. of TN , 1979) and furthered her studies in silk painting with Liz Ashurst in London, England. She had a professional sewing business for 25 years in home and fashion textiles along with a 40 year teaching career in public and private settings for ages 4 – adult.

Cancellation Policy and Refunds

WMQFA reserves the right to cancel any program up to 10 days prior to the event. When WMQFA cancels the workshop, lecture or event, students will receive a full refund. When WMQFA cancels a program due to extreme weather, every student will be notified, and if the program cannot be rescheduled, refunded.

In the event that you are unable to attend a program that you registered for, please request a refund 30 days prior to the program. For refund requests made 30 days prior to an event, a full refund less $25 will be provided, or you may apply your full costs towards another workshop or program. No refunds will be given within 30 days.

Class transfers may occur up to 30 days prior to the class provided it does not cause the class to drop below the minimum for operation. Individuals are also welcome to send a friend in their place at no additional cost instead of a cancellation or transfer, and this can be done at any time.

For classes over $250, a non-refundable fee of $100 will be assessed to any cancellations instead of the $25 fee. WMQFA is unable to offer refunds for programs with a $25 or less cost. While WMQFA is understanding, “no-shows” will not be refunded.

If you have any questions about the cancellation policy, please contact the Education Coordinator at education@wiquiltmuseum.com.