This week Sy is introducing the method of using multi medium materials to decorate the front cover of a canvas notebook. This will be the focus of one of our Girl’s Night In events later in the year, so do keep an eye out on our calendar and Facebook page.
Watch the process in the video below. Sy takes you through every step of the way.
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You are now able to purchase your 2017 bundles . I can also confirm our dates for our group meets and Lesley has been putting together a plan for topics. If there is a specific topic area you are interested in then do please let us know.
This is from one of our experimental sessions. One photo and three different artist. We had a lot of fun during this session. Our felt group meet once a month and are peer led, rather than having a tutor. For up to date information of our groups and workshops subscribe to The Weekly Drop
Supported Adults group love trying out all sorts of crafts, but their favourite is creating themed murals for the studio walls. This one from 2015 was themed around zoo life and even featured Elvis as the zoo keeper.
Freya & James began making an armoured breastplate for a Demon wings outfit. The breastplate is made from a material called Worbla, that once heated can be moulded into shape. Once cold it keeps its shape and is rigid too. A great way to create a realistic piece of armour; and it is lightweight too.
Livia was interested in creating a costume for a character called Sapphire, and was helped by The Singing Seamstress. The character is featured in Steven Universe (this is a new one for us). In addition, make up artist, Riven, did some speedy research on the character and came up with a make up solution that can be easily replicated by Livia.
“My mother bought me this book in 2012 and it inspired me to start making dolls and I haven’t looked back since. I had recently had an operation and this craft really made me feel like I was putting myself back together again. Since then I have gone on to design my own dolls – here is a picture of a doll that I created to look like me!” You can find out more about Bernice’s work as a fine artist here