During this workshop, students will have the chance to unwind and get crafty while learning needle felting, an enjoyable and relaxing art process. After acquiring a few simple techniques, students will be free to create a project based on our theme for the evening: Faux Felted Plants. Students can choose from a few varieties of mini containers and then make a felted plant to live in it. Whether it's a carnivorous plant, cactus, flower, or mushroom, even those without green thumbs will be able to admire and maintain these clever craft creations!
This workshop is open to all levels.
All craft materials and tools will be provided for the evening. And of course, students will be able to take home any creations they make during class.
San Francisco, CA
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm PDTAdd to Cal
David Gardella is an artist and youth and adult educator based in San Francisco, CA. He works in many different art mediums which often include visual, ecological, and physical methods. Presently his intimate 2 dimensional paintings and 3 dimensional soft sculptures are influenced by a wide spectrum of botanical subjects and ethereal deities. When not creating art, David has been teaching a variety of art courses throughout the West Coast, with students ranging from age 2 to 86 since 2003. David can also be found teaching mushroom cultivation, container gardening, beekeeping, fermentation, and anything else that piques his interest.