June 15, 2013, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. (EST)
Take the mystery out of putting colors together. Learn how to combine colors in beautiful ways from a master colorist. Topics will include basic color theory, using color tools, wheels and books, classic color combinations, etc. Spend time making your own color notebooks. Expect to get a lot of practice putting colors together and using your new skills.
Bring with you: photos or things with color combinations that you really like, photos or things with color combinations that you really don’t like, three-ring binder or notebook, blank white copy paper, page protectors, glue/tape, scissors. Feel free to bring whatever color tools, books, swatches, yarn, etc. you already have that you’d like to practice working with. Bring magazines with color photos to cut up for your notebooks. You may share or not as you wish.
Cost is $65 per person. Take both Color Basics and Harmonies morning workshop and Dyeing with Protein Fibers afternoon workshop and pay $100 for both classes. Housing is available so please inquire if interested.
Instructor, Robin Edmundson, is an award winning fiber artist specializing in color. She has extensive experience teaching and lecturing on spinning, weaving, dyeing, color theory and creativity. She was a recipient of an Indiana Artist Grant by the Indiana Arts Commission and her work has been featured in many fiber arts exhibitions and fine art/craft shows. She lives in Greene County, Indiana where she homeschools her children, gardens and uses all kinds of dyes. Visit her website at www.robinjedmundson.com.
Registration deadline is June 7. To register or for more information, contact Robyn Morton 812-535-2932 or firstname.lastname@example.org.