Helen Coleman, winner Architectural: "Last year I knew what I wanted to make for Wearable Art, but not how to do it. By the time I had finished Ash's Powertex workshop I had the techniques I needed to create Icarus Rising."
FULL DAY WORKSHOP
With the growing success of Powertex in Wearable Art Mandurah WA, here is an opportunity for QLD to get involved. Based on Ashley Hay’s workshops, QLD Trainer, Natalie Parish will explore a range of innovative techniques for creating extravagant sculptural forms and incredible textures in wearable art, using the Powertex mediums. During this full day workshop you will create a wearable art piece for part of the body, experimenting with Powertex liquid sculpting medium, cane, paper, cardboard, fabric, alfoil, masking tape and Colourtrix metallic effects. Come along, get hands and go home armed with ideas. Book NOW to avoid disappointment, as places are limited!
Sunday, November 26th from 10am to 4pm
BVAC, 140 Weller Rd, Tarragindi, QLD.
$45 (for Registered Wearable Art Mandurah entrants)
$55 (for Non-participants)
*The facilitation of this workshop is sponsored by Bag End Studios – Powertex in QLD – the only cost is for materials. Regular workshop and materials fee would normally be $150 per person.
From the attendees at 2016 workshop, three were 2017 Wearable Art Mandurah winners!