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Textiles B Summer Session 7

Textiles Summer Session 7
August 22-28, 2021
Hillary Waters Fayle
Plants: Muse & Material

In this workshop we’ll use plants and other botanical materials to explore the connections between nature and humanity. We’ll spend time looking at and learning about plants: taking guided walks, drawing, stitching, spinning, pressing, printing, painting, and studying botanical material. We’ll source plants, nuts, seeds and other material to brew our own inks and dyes for textiles and paper. We’ll also experiment with leaves and other plant materials as a substrate: woven, cut, knotted, stitched, collaged, etc. The workshop will blend art, science, and natural history as we create botanical collaboration. All levels. Second-floor textiles studio.

Assistant professor and head of fibers at Virginia Commonwealth University; exhibitions: Blue Spiral 1 (NC), Momentum Gallery (NC), Sager Braudis Gallery (MO), Pensacola Museum of Art (FL), Ellen Nöel Art Museum (TX).

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circle of embroidered leaves
Hillary Waters Fayle, "Circular Meditations I & II," stitched and embroidered holly leaves, 
14 x 14 inches