Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Sedona, A Threadscape Class

Just two more days until the Sedona class with Lois Kershner, a great national teacher certified by the National Academy of Needlearts.
The class is full and we had a long waiting list- so book early next year for Lois's class!.
Here is what Lois writes about her designs-

"An enjoyment and appreciation of the beauty of nature and natural forms is the motivating inspiration behind my designs. Essentially I paint with thread, creating the illusion of light, shadow, perspective, and texture through thread and stitch selection and placement.

In my 'threadscapes' I use canvas embroidery to record memorable places and experiences much as others use travel journals, photo albums, and sketch books.

My study of Ikebana — Japanese flower arranging — for nearly twenty years has influenced my Sashiko pieces which feature both traditional motifs and contemporary designs."
 Click here for more about Lois's new book, Threadscapes

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