People and places often appear like a hazy patchwork quilt in our minds. Layering fabric with acrylic paint can add texture, depth and a little snip of the familiar—making those precious memories all the more vivid or bring abstract compositions
out of our imaginations and into life. No experience necessary.
Instructor will provide all materials (included in the tuition), but students may wish to bring an apron or smock, treasured bits of fabric, scissors and an image from which to work.
Saturday 12/01, 1pm-4pm
Age range: 13 & up
Class size: Limited to 8 students.
About the Instructor:
Christine Jablonski is an award-winning fiber artist who draws heavily from the textures, colors and shapes found in nature to explore themes of place, mood and memory. Her work is exhibited regionally, is held in private collections across the country, and is included in Fiber Art Now’s 2018 Emerging Artist gallery. Christine lives in eastern Connecticut with her husband and two rescue mutts.