I am teaching a class on Silk Fusion at the Bell Museum of Natural History in Minneapolis this Sunday.
Silk fusion is a technique used to form a fiber matrix with jsut about any fiber that can be shaped just about any way you please. I use it to create bowls, fabric, book marks, hats. It is super fun.
Here is the class description from the Bell.
Plants and Silk Fusion
Sunday, April 15
1 p.m.–4 p.m.
$45, $35 members (includes supply fee)
Create a silk fusion sheet by integrating layers of soy and tussah silk, wool, plant parts, and other materials. The sheet can be dried flat or molded into any desired shape such as a bowl, box, or journal cover. Supplies included in fee. Instructor is Project Art for Nature artist Elaine Evans.
If you are interested REGISTER TODAY, or the class may not run.
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