Collage with Textile Dyes Taster
|Leicester Print Workshop
|Date & Time
|Saturday 26th January
2.00pm - 5.00pm
EXTRA DATE ADDED DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND!
A day working with disperse dyes to create a beautiful array of textile work using monoprint techniques. You will work with pre dyed papers and cut / tear them into forms, combining them with natural materials, found objects, fabric and stencils to create bold unique prints onto fabric. A brilliant development course for traditional printmakers or those wishing to extend their textile practice.
- Introduction to the course and a demonstration showing the various techniques that can be used with disperse dyes.
- Take a few moments to explore the LPW garden to find fresh materials that could be used in the process as resists.
- Experiment with the different colours of pre-painted dye paper whilst using stencils and found materials to create a variety of individual fabric samples.
About the Tutor
Alex Palmer graduated from Loughborough University in 2010 with a 2:1 BA Honours in Printed Textiles Design. Currently working at De Montfort University in the printed and dyeing textiles department, Alex works closely with students introducing a variety of printing/dyeing techniques to enable the students to further develop their work.
Alex also produces dyed/printed textiles outside of her usual work to keep her inspired and on trend with what is happening in the textiles industry.
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