One or more techniques created off the computer can be scanned to change the look of cookie cutter work. No one can replicate the hand skills of another, so if you include hand skills in your work, it will always be unique.
--We'll look at the work of a few high profile designers who are using basic materials (pen, pencil, chalk, etc) along with computers to achieve that customized look.
--We'll talk about a few hand techniques that you can easily do to customize your work.
--We'll demo stencil cut silk screen in workshop format, meaning you'll do it with us, and leave with a piece that is uniquely yours.
--Materials needed are listed in the session description.
Upper West Side Studio
Upper West Side
New York City, NY
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm EDTAdd to Cal
Co-Teaching E. Genevieve Williams and Michael Ian Weinfeld
My father taught me to build a cabin in the woods when I was 16. We were air dropped into our 400 acre plot of land with lake in Northern Ontario. For the next three weeks, my sister, stepmother, my father and I built a cabin with just a few tools and lumber from the property. We had a local helper, a man named "Peg Leg Mike," who actually did only have one leg. Since then I helped my father build the cabin I now live in. I renovated it after he died in 2000. All the plans for the design were my own, bouncing off my father's original vision for the cabin and property.