Instructor: Jennifer Moore
Dates: Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. May 19 - 21, 2018
Times: 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
2 Layers, 4 Shafts, 6 Colors – Infinite Possibilities
This is perhaps the ultimate color sampler! You will begin by winding a warp and setting up your loom according to Jennifer’s system for working with multiple colors in a rotational sequence and bringing it to the workshop. A basic two-layered structure will enable us to mix and match your colors, creating an amazing array of color mixtures. As you weave and your warp colors move past each other, you will experience a visual feast of iridescence and moire patterns. We will also experiment with single-layered structures such as warp rep and warp-faced twills and the effects that they create on this versatile warp. This sampler will provide a remarkable education in color theory and how optical mixtures work in weaving, as well as a great source of inspiration for future weaving projects.
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Maximum of 20 students will be accepted.
Deadline for registration: March 31, 2018
This will be underwritten by the Doris Oglander endowment, and you will have your lunches and materials included in your “underwritten” registration fee!