We are thrilled to have Pam Carnochan at FACTS to teach her fibre art technique, Watercolour with Wool. Using both wet and needle felting techniques, Pam will show you how to create one of a kind landscapes with wool fibre from her farm that she dyes herself. During the workshop you will make a small sample and a 8” x 10” finished work.
It is the perfect setting to free up your creativity and release some tension. This social class requires lots of action creating friction for wet felting and stabbing for needle felting while you create your own unique landscape.
No Experience Necessary.
All Materials Included.
When: April 9th, 9am – 12pm or 1pm – 4pm
Where: Trinity Anglican Church, 166 Dinsley Street, Blyth
Pam is an artist, a farmer and an outdoor enthusiast. And this combination makes her art refreshing and her method appealing. She shears the wool from her sheep, washes and dyes it, and then felts it into landscape paintings. The work she has titled Watercolour with Wool, and the method is felting using both wet and dry (needle) felting techniques to create the images. She has had the privilege of teaching her techniques at the Algonquin Art Centre, the McMichael Art Gallery in Kleinburg, and in numerous schools, service clubs and art organizations over the past 10 years. Pam has been a member of the Muskoka Autumn Studio Tour, The Artists of the Limberlost Tour, Co Founder of the Landed Arts Festival, Instructor at the Haliburton School of the Arts and Co chair of the Huntsville Art Society.
To view her work go to www.MorganHouseWoolWorks.ca or make and appointment to visit her gallery and studio at the Morgan House Bed and Breakfast.
We’ll let you know about our upcoming exhibits, classes and workshops.