Weaving stripes is a fundamental skill in creating a patterned or coloured cloth. Interpretations are endless: horizontal in the weft or vertical in the warp, regular/irregular, wide/narrow; in muted, graduated or bold colours, contrasting, harmonious or jarring, organised/random, balanced/unbalanced, textured, looped, flat or plain; woven with synthetic or natural materials. Explore the options through sampling, then work on a finished piece that reflects your experiments and interest.
Liz Williamson’s weaving practice is diverse: designing, exhibiting, producing wraps and scarves in her studio, teaching nationally and internationally, and more recently engaged with artisan groups in India. At the heart of her weaving are the innovative, experimental and unusual designs created at the loom. Liz is an Associate Professor at UNSW Art & Design, Sydney.
Level: Beginner - Intermediate | Cost: $745 + $10 materials
Textile artist, tutor - Sydney NSW
"Cloth is a universal material. Everyone uses it, everyday, in many different ways, for warmth, protection, as a covering, for decoration, for health and safety, from birth till death.”
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Course Date/s:03-Jan-2019 07-Jan-2019
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