Date: Saturday, July 13, 2019
Time: 10:30am – 3:30pm
Cost: $145 (all materials included)
Location: CCA Studio
Join Batik artist, Cheryl Rogers-Tadevich, in this fun-filled, creative workshop exploring the process of designing and making batiks using contemporary materials. Batik is the ancient art of applying wax resist and colored dyes to fabric. Cheryl will guide your experience as you learn the various techniques: using tools, applying colors and wax, and setting your colors. Beautiful effects can be achieved through resist dyeing often results in amazing, unpredictable texture and tones.
Enjoy the freedom and immediacy of working with wax and dyes on fabric. Batik designs can be as complicated or simple as the artist’s desires. In this workshop, you will also learn the use of GOLDEN acrylics and batik in a painterly fashion. No experience necessary!
Participants will leave with a handmade batik scarf and batik samples.
“As an innovative batik and mixed media artist, I have worked with some of the great traditional artists/craft-masters of the world. Every day, I am inspired by the rich cultural traditions and artistic methods I had the opportunity to learn from my many years overseas. My art is not only a celebration of these ancient art traditions but to pay homage to the people of these nations. I continue to create artistically today experimenting with paper, printmaking and mixed media in multi-dimensional pieces.”–Cheryl Rogers-Tadevich
Receive a 15% discount if registering for two or more of Cheryl’s classes! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for arrangements.
To learn more about Cheryl Rogers-Tadevich’s creative practice, please visit: www.CRTadevichStudios.com and check her out on Instagram @CRTadevich_Studios