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Warping 3D with Janet Steele - Sat August 31

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Wrapping is a process beyond macrame.  One yarn wraps around another using a technique that locks the yarn in place. The closest technique to wrapping is tatting without the need for a tatting shuttle.

This “3D” workshop teaches you how to create three dimensional forms. A small mushroom will be made. *You will need to have completed the 2D workshop prior to completing this class.  

Both workshops concentrate on artistic possibilities. We play with design ideas, of colour,
textures and form.

What to bring:

All materials for both workshops are supplied. All you need to bring is your own scissors, an imagination and a sense of humour. 

Time:  10am to 2.30pm

Location: 211 Dowling Street, Dungog NSW

Parking: Dowling St or nearby side streets

About Your Instructor

Janet Steele’s work is inspired by nature and pays homage to the power of nature.  Her work is sculptural, using a wrapping technique, locked together by knots. Yarns are dyed using vegetation appropriate to the artwork.

Janet studied for a B.A. Visual Arts with Jutta Feddersen. Her professional life focused on
training creative workers how to financially survive in business. Her first artwork won the Emerging Artist Award in Newcastle in 2015. She has since had exhibitions almost annually and had work displayed in recent years at Dungog by Design
She has been a finalist in Australian Textile Art Awards 2020, 2022, 2024 and Australian
Fibre Art Award 2023.

This year Janet is working with National Trust to draw attention to the well-being of an
historic Morton Bay fig tree