Lorna Crane

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Ballarat Spring 2020:  21st – 27th September 2020

Lorna Crane

Since moving from Canberra to the far south coast of NSW in 2003 she established a full time studio practise in South Pambula.

A graduate from University of Wollongong in the mid-eighties her arts practice embraces painting, drawing, printmaking and fibre art. Her current studio practice is process driven through experimental mark making with hand-made brushes and exploring visual language in all its forms – including mixed media, collage and stitch. Her work is in private, international and national collections

Handmade brushes and hand stitched vessels

Make your own set of hand stitched vessels using your own hand painted cloth.

This workshop will be process driven through experimentation in mark making by making your own set of hand made brushes. You will then explore the first marks on paper and cloth using pigmented ink.

A very simple artist book will then be made as reference points to the theme of hope and gratitude. The cloth will then be cut and shredded as the base material to build your own set of unique hand vessels in a variety of shapes and sizes.

The building of the forms will use a variety of mediums and techniques then hand stitched.

Suits all skill levels.

What you will learn in this workshop

Experimentation in mark making by making

your own set of hand made brushes.

You will then explore the first marks on paper and

cloth using pigmented ink.

Make your own set of hand stitched vessels using your own hand painted cloth.

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