Do you have a thing for fiber, do you like the feel of fabric or yarn? Do you like composing with colors just because it “feels right”? Does the richness of batik fabrics make you a little crazy? The Shamanista Workshop is for you! In this workshop you will make two dolls from an assortment of fibers, yarns beads and buttons. Each doll is unique and suitable for wall display. All materials are included, no sewing involved. Participants will need to bring a pair of scissors for cutting fabric and a hot glue gun if they do not want to share one. 2 Hours.
1:30 – 3:30 pm
$35 (materials included)
To register: [email protected]
Ruth Morris is a self-taught mixed media artist from Santa Fe, New Mexico. Her art has been featured in Stampington Press publications and is hosted in galleries throughout the Southwest. She has been making art dolls since 2005 and likes to incorporate unique and recycled items in all her art objects. She claims she never met an art supply she didn’t like and is fortunate to have Obsessive Creative Disorder. She is frequently nominated to be “Most Likely to Have Paint or Glue in Her Hair”.