Learn lashing and plaiting methods for building 3D skeletal structures over 3 days with international artist Mo Kelman. Using reed, rattan, wood and found materials, a variety of netting, knotting and coating techniques will also be demonstrated as a way to layer structured textile skins onto 3D skeletal forms.
Mo Kelman is a US based sculptor, fibre artist, and Professor Emeritus of Art at the Community College of Rhode Island. Her artwork combines membrane-like materials with lashed skeletal structures - her current tensile sculptures are inspired by ephemeral phenomena - clouds, smoke, and steam.
Sat 20 July - Mon 22 July | Suitable for beginning to advanced students
$270 + material fee $40
Bookings for this workshop are being managed by Jennie Abbott. Please contact Jennie via the button below for more information.