Cost $30 for Members and Non-Members / $30 additional supply fee paid directly to teacher at time of workshop
The other day, I was selling my scarves at an Artisan market. A lady fell in love with a scarf that I printed using the technique of transferring dyes from other fabric. She was so impressed with that silk scarf that I then decided that maybe it’s a good time to teach this workshop again. You will not believe how much fun and easy this workshop is. Once you learn the basics, you can use this technique it to make pillows, wall-hangings, clothing, etc. You will go home with a beautiful silk scarf, but that’s not all. When we wait for the scarf to get steamed and the dyes to set, we will work on another project doing samples of other forms of art on silk fabrics.
Ellen is a native of Bogota, New Jersey, and she moved to Indiana as a child. Ellen has a BFA degree from The Raclin School of the Arts from Indiana University in South Bend, Indiana. Ridenour has shown her work in numerous exhibitions and has won many awards in her photography, printmaking, fiber and encaustic works. She is a forever student in the arts and has taken workshops from Columbia (Pam Smith marbleizing,) Elena De Ville (teaches encaustic at Ringling school of Arts and Design,) and Gregory Wright (encaustic; Truro, Cape Cod.) Fiber art and letter press from Kathee Kiesselbach. Ellen has shared her talents with many students and artists over many years, and we are blessed to have her as an instructor.