tapestry masterclass

Design tips and inspiration for tapestry weaving

Design tips and inspiration for tapestry weaving

Inspiration for tapestry design can come from an infinite number of sources. But actually recognizing something as a starting point for a design can be tricky! My experiences as artist-in-residence at Petrified Forest National Park last year have informed my design skills tremendously.

This experience of using a little loom and simple forms inspired by the environment was so powerful for creating meaningful tapestry designs, that I wanted to share it with all of you. 

Vermont 2016: A Masterclass in Color and Design

I will be hosting a tapestry masterclass in Plymouth, Vermont June 9-13, 2016. Full details will be released to my mailing list soon. I am giving first priority to the people on my list, so if you have not already done so, you can sign up for my newsletter HERE.

This will be an intimate group of students meeting in a gorgeous location with housing and meals provided. Don't miss this opportunity to join me for this unique masterclass.

Though this class is not for beginning tapestry weavers, it is designed to meet the needs of any weaver who is interested on advancing their design and color skills (you can even choose to focus on one or the other). Don't let that word "masterclass" scare you! I chose it to emphasize that we will do some focused work, but each student will have the ability to work with direction at their level. The class is open to anyone who has the basic tapestry techniques under their belt to advanced artists. And it is going to be a great deal of fun!

Final arrangements are being made and all the details will land in your inbox soon.