In line with current Government guidance, Kettle’s Yard House and Gallery will be temporarily closed from 5 November.
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Learn how to make your own textile art inspired by Alfred Wallis and his paintings with mixed-media textile artist Lora Avedian in this online afternoon workshop.
Participants will use the traditional hand sewing technique, appliqué, to create a patchwork style textile artwork inspired by Wallis’ paintings and drawings. You will use cut fabric pieces in combination with simple hand embroidery techniques to create work inspired by the textures and shapes of his work.
Includes video talk about the Alfred Wallis Rediscovered exhibition and materials which will be sent in advance.
£60 per person including materials, booking required.
Materials will be posted to you in advance of the workshop. Booking closes 20 November.
There will be a maximum of 10 participants.
Lora Avedian graduated from the Mixed Media Textiles course in 2017, and works in a variety of mediums, primarily textile and paper. Lora uses traditional embroidery and embellishment techniques to make modern artefacts and favours slow processes, focusing on short run and bespoke projects. Lora sells her work through The New Craftsmen in London. You can follow her work on Instagram @loraavedian and find more information via her website.
Image: Appliqué, photo: Lora Avedian
Participants must be 18+