Silk Painting for Wearable Art
In Silk Painting for Wearable Art, Natasha Foucault works on a variety of silk frames and fabric sizes, all designed for wearing out on the town or around the pool. Four (4) workshops in one -- working from small to large frames for a variety of wearable art!
An ideal workshop for those interested in silk painting for wearables, as well as those interested in making a living as a textile artist. Ideal for all levels of Silk Painters as well as those interested in surface design, silk painting, and wearable art.
1.5 Hours Instruction • 165-Page Workshop Guide • Project Design Templates
This course is suitable for Silk Painters and textile artists of all skill levels. While there is no need to prepare for this workshop, if you are new to Silk Painting and would like to have a foundation course before beginning, please consider the workshop Silk Painting with Jill Kennedy as an add-on workshop or prior to this workshop for added benefit.
About the Instructor
Master Silk Painting Artist Natasha Foucault began her career in Moscow, Russia. She moved to San Francisco as a young woman and immediately began producing silk painted wearable art as a way of making a living. Her wearable silk painting art is inspired by her love of travel, contemporary and traditional art, music, and life. Natasha's work has been exhibited and sold in museums and commercial galleries throughout the world. She has won many festival competitions and her work can be found in many prominent silk painting books and art journals.
Natasha teaches silk painting at the Mendocino Arts Center, Northern California, and at workshops and festivals around the world.