Silk Painting for Wearable Art – Natasha Foucault
In Silk Painting for Wearable Art, master silk painting artist Natasha Foucault works on a variety of silk frames and fabric sizes, all designed for wearing out on the town or around the pool.
Silk Painting for Wearable Art Workshop featuring Natasha Foucault
Have you ever wanted to wear your silk designs out on the town? Now is your opportunity! Think “Fashion Runway meets Etsy!” in this rare opportunity to spend time in the workshop of one of the best Fine Art silk painting artists on the West Coast.
Natasha works on ‘blanks’ in this workshop on larger scale frames for scarves and a very large floor frame that can accommodate shawls and kimono-sized panels of fabric. Developing wearable art is her forté and we explore a variety of techniques and considerations for working in large scale work, working fast, and developing successful larger lengths of fabric. The workshop includes a discussion on how to build a larger frame at home as well as design considerations for wearables and working on smaller and larger projects in your studio.
Four Silk Painting Workshops in One!
Four(4) workshops in one — working from small to large frames for a variety of wearable art! 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 textile arts, fashion and fabric design.
PDF Project Patterns are provided for each project, while HD Video demonstrations provide the necessary visual aides to ensure your success.
- Requires 2GB storage space for download
- 24 Files including 6 PDFs + 18 Videos
- All traceable patterns included!
- HD Video Quality
Natasha Foucault • Silk Painting Artist, Author and Instructor
Natasha Foucault began her journal as a classically trained oil painter who moved to silk paints in her early 20’s. Travels, photographs and events soon became themes for her work which explore still life, landscapes, cityscapes, seascapes and contemporary art.
Natasha’s works on silk have been exhibited and sold in both museums and commercial galleries throughout the world. Her book, “Silk Diary, An Artist’s Journey from Moscow to Mendocino“, co-authored with Jeanne-Michele Salander, combines a collection of Natasha’s silk art, stories of her life as an artist, and her signature painting techniques is available from Galli Creative.