Susan is a textile artist, writer and teacher who is highly sought after for her workshops. Her work has been displayed in many places and her workshops are very popular.
Enjoy 2 days of learning and working with fellow fiber artists as Susan teaches the basic of transferring plant images onto paper, fabrics, and sketchbooks. You will learn about the chemistry of eco-dyeing. What works and what doesn’t! About pre and post mordants and dyes – both pre dyeing papers and using dye pots to transfer colors; using thickened dyes to transfer images from thermofax screens, stencils or stamps. A third day can be arranged with the class, directly with Susan at the workshop to turn your work into a Journal
A 2 day workshop on Saturday/Sunday - September 17 & 18, 2022 (with an option for a 3rd day decided with Susan) The workshop will be in Eco Printing and will take place at Susan’s studio in Louisville. Maximum 10 attendees.
Find out more information about Susan Brooks, Textile Artist.
Not required, but you can purchase Susan's book before the workshop. See her website for more information.
Current HGB Members receive priority on Workshop registration. Non-members will be placed on a waiting list and contacted by the Programs Chair.
Cancellation/Refund policy: Workshop fees are payable to HGB and due with the registration form. Refunds are made only if another or (wait list) person can fill your space.
If the workshop is cancelled by HGB, you will receive a full refund.
Wearing masks for COVID mitigation will be decided by the workshop teacher in conjunction with all state and local laws and regulations. Even if not required, the workshop leader may mandate mask wearing at all times.
If you are not able to register online, click here to download the form. Mailed forms may take 2-4 weeks to process.
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