- Eco Dye & Print Scarf Class
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
explore the winter palette in natural materials and natural dyes to create your own work of art on a scarf.
Thursday February 14 10:00 – 2:00 $50.00 Adults & Teens
All materials supplied. No experience necessary.
Join artist, Debbie Jircik and explore natural materials with a winter color palette for dyeing and printing. Each student will create a naturally dyed silk scarf.
Optional: At class, students may pay the instructor, $25.00 for an additional 100% wool scarf that will be dyed and printed in class. At registration, please let us know if you would like a wool scarf.
Discover plant materials cultivated, gathered from the wild, and remnants from the farmers market/produce aisle that create color as we experience dyeing on silk. Think in terms of muted earthy tones in a range of colors. Using a contact printing method, experiment with pattern made by leaves. Leave the class with an eco-printed and dyed silk scarf and sampler swatches of silk to use as a reference or in other projects, a resource guide, and enough knowledge to continue experimenting on your own. All levels welcome!
Eagle River, clay & paper artist, gardener, & food advocate – Debbie Jircik, will share her passions for working with natural & environmentally friendly materials with LOLA students.
Dress for fun mess!
Deadline for payment/registration: Feb. 7
No refunds will be given after the deadline date.
Parking is available behind the LOLA Center for the Arts building.
Other 2019 LOLA Classes with Artist Debbie Jircik:
Saturday, July 12 Community Dye Day