Modern Vegetable Printing with Geninne Zlatkis | The Makerie

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Modern Vegetable Printing with Geninne Zlatkis | The Makerie

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Taught by: Geninne Zlatkis

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Friday, April 28 : morning
Friday, April 28 : afternoon

Have you ever noticed the stunning shapes and patterns inherent in fruits and vegetables? I can't wait to show you how to create stunning, modern patterns with everyday, accessible tools that can be found at your local grocery store. We will learn how to carve and create stamps from these everyday objects; share tips, techniques and the best materials for stamping them on fabric; and create stunning surface designs that can be made into anything you can dream of. In this workshop, our patterns will be created using white paint on varied, solid color fabric to create a beautiful modern result. As an option, the patterns created in this workshop can be used as a canvas for my second workshop, Artful Iron-Ons, where you can add dimension to your fabric using thread and beads. 


Skill Level

no experience needed


Materials to Bring

All materials included; however, if you have favorite fabric scraps, you are welcome to bring them. 


Materials Provided

. pencils .
. erasers .
. scissors .
. scrap fabric in solid colors .
. white pebeo fabric paint .
. class set of rubber brayers .
. class set of lino cutters .
. class set of utility knives .
. cutting boards .
. plastic disposable plates (for paint) .
. roll of kraft paper .
. dark linen fabric, each student will get 1/2 yard panel . 


About Geninne

Geninne is an artist, illustrator, and graphic designer, living in the high desert of Santa Fe, NM at 7000 feet above sea level with her husband Manolo, their two sons & an adorable red heeler mix named Zorro. She was born in New York, but shortly after her parents began traveling around South America, where she lived in seven different countries and went to several English speaking schools. She studied architecture in Chile for a couple of years before graduating as a graphic artist in Mexico. She works in a variety of media, including watercolor, ink, and pencil. She sews, embroiders, loves to hand carve rubber stamps and sells prints of her watercolors at her online Etsy Shop, geninne.etsy.com. She loves birds, flowers, and has been taking photos since she was 15 years old.


Contact

geninnesart.com
geninnesart@gmail.com
etsy.com/shop/geninne
instagram.com/geninne
facebook.com/geninnesart
flickr.com/photos/geninne
pinterest.com/geninne/geninne-likes