On Saturday, February 9, textile artist and educator Christi Teasley will lead participants in a print-making workshop at the Artisan Depot in Cowan, Tennessee. The workshop, Stamp It!, runs from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. Participants will discover how to carve blocks of linoleum and use those--and other materials--to create one-of-a-kind artwork. Images will be printed on items including tea towels, notecards, and other substrates.
Please visit www.franklincoarts.org/workshops to register; pre-registration is required.
From her studio in Monteagle, Tennessee, Christi's practice centers on crafting works of cloth and paper, utilizing new and traditional processes of natural dyeing, printing, mark-making, stitching and constructing. Dish towels, valentines, tuffets, and large works for walls share her time, attention, and space.
Christi discovered her love of repeated patterns and printing fabric as a high-school student at St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School (SAS) and honed her study of textile dyeing, printing, surface design, and construction at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). Christi received a BFA from RISD and later returned to earn a MA in Art Education. She taught studio art and directed SAS Gallery and Visiting Artist Program at St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School. She now continues to work on the leadership team for Shakerag Workshops, a top-notch series of studio workshops for adults which are held on the SAS campus each June.
The Artisan Depot is the gallery and gift shop of the Franklin County Arts Guild and is located at 204 Cumberland Street E in Cowan, Tennessee. Questions? Email workshop coordinator Kim Phillips at email@example.com with "Workshop Question" in the subject line.
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