INSTRUCTOR: Doshi - Nancy Jo Smith
Shaped-resist dyeing is a textile art that is thousands of years old. In Japan it’s known as Shibori, in other cultures by a variety of names—Plangi, Bandhani, Adire,Tie-dye. While applying pressure to shaped fabrics before and during dyeing, we can create exquisite patterns of infinite variety on textiles. Samples from all over the world provide infinite approaches to practice several resist techniques: stitching, knotting, pole-wrapping, clamping and rope wrapping. Through using folds, tape, and capping to create compound pattern and through layering these techniques we will produce complex designs. We will explore and study color—inspiration, choosing, and mixing—with acid dyes on a variety of silk fabrics. Building layers of rich color through processes such as pour dyeing, vat dyeing, painting, and discharge increasing the complexity of imagery and patterning.
Class Fee: $1020
Aya Fiber Studio
170 Northeast Dixie Hwy
Stuart, FL 34994