Hand Painted Silk - Mar. 7
Explore the art of Hand Painted Silk while making two colorful scarfs to keep for yourself or give as gifts. In this workshop, students will learn how to apply fiber reactive dyes to silk with a paintbrush. The process is similar to watercolor. Creative inspiration and expression will be strongly encouraged while using basic design principles. Students will learn the principles of color and techniques to rework the color on their scarfs.
Students are strongly encouraged to wear clothes and shoes to the class that they don't mind getting permanent dyes on. Please, bring rubber gloves to protect your skin and plastic garbage bags to carry your projects home safely in your car.
Date: Apr. 4
Time: 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Tuition: $40, please prepay online
Instructor: Sandra Ence Paul
Campus location: Art room
Materials: $35 materials fee to be paid to instructor the first day of class. Fee includes two 14" x 72" 100% silk scarves and fabric dyes. Additional scarves for painting are $8 each.
Student limit: 6 people
Policy: Students must preregister to attend class. 72-hour notice required for class cancellation and refund.
For more information contact Sandra: 801-231-5049, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sandra Ence Paul
Sandra Ence Paul’s love of textiles began in 1974, when she started weaving in Missouri. She returned to Utah to study her art in the U of U textile program. In 1986, she continued to pursue her love of weaving and dyeing at the Kawashima Textile School in Kyoto, Japan. As well as being a practicing textile artist, Sandra has worked in the fashion industry as a runway model, stylist, and fashion director. In 2001, she “wed the two worlds” into her own textile-based business, “S-ENCE”. Her website is www.S-ENCE.com
“I gain inspiration from nature – Midwestern sunrises, Utah red rock landscapes, Japanese gardens, dolphins, turtles and my beloved horses.”
She’s taught classes in fashion, textiles and weaving at SLCC and the U of U Lifelong Learning program. She has coordinated community events such as “Lights On” and the Utah Arts Festival. She is a member of the Mary Meigs Atwater Weavers Guild and the Utah Surface Design Group. “Encouraging and supporting my students’ exploration of the creative process is immensely gratifying to me…to be able to experience with them the joy in the exploration, which is unique to each student and to acknowledge the value of their uniqueness in the artistic process.”