Beautiful Batik on Paper
Batik is an ancient textile technique originating in Indonesia. Pattern is applied onto cloth using molten wax with fine brushes or tools called tjantings, before coloured dyes are applied to the fabric. In more recent years this highly decorative and colourful process has been used to create designs and images on paper.
Join Alison for a workshop in The Stables or the Long Barn to explore the vibrant batik process.
The day will include creating a range of experimental samples and unique outcomes. You may choose to work with the themes of Florals or Abstract Pattern, or take inspiration from different cultural images; alternatively you may wish to develop designs of your own choosing.
The workshop will be delivered by Alison Butler of Blooming Designs. With over 25 years experience as a textile designer and book illustrator, Alison will guide you through a range of exciting approaches.
This workshop is suitable for those with a range of skills and creative experiences, from complete beginners to those looking to improve their Batik skills.
Please bring along: an apron, a newspaper and an A3 folder to transport your work home, plus a few ideas to inspire you.
Tuition, all materials and equipment will be provided, plus refreshments will be served throughout the day; just bring your lunch.
A batik workshop with a minimum of two and a maximum of 5 people.
To enquire about a date, please email firstname.lastname@example.org