Eco Print Workshop at Culler Studio

Sat, Feb 24, 2018

If you’re looking for a fun creative way to help the winter pass come make two beautiful Eco Print silk scarves.You will be digging through containers of specific dried leaves, a few dried flowers and other plant material. The leaves are soaked and or sprayed with tannins,vinegar and more. The last steps will be rolling… [Read More]

Basket Making Class with Kari Bown

Wed and Thurs, Feb 14 & 15, 21 & 22, 1p-4pm, 2018

Learn to make a basket at the Interpretive Center with Carrie Brown.  The class is four sessions over two weeks, from 1:00-4:00 pm each, February 14, 15, 21 and 22 and includes gathering the materials.    CONTACT and INFO: The cost of the class is $100 plus $15 materials fee.  To register call Kari at (509) 997-1345.

Door No. 3 Event – Sweetheart Valentines

Saturday Feb 10, 12pm-2pm, 2018

Spread the love by printing your own valentine cards! Get a feel for the basics of letterpress design using the studio’s vintage wood type and proofing press. Saturday February 10, Noon – 2pm, $30 includes supplies Pre-register, or (509) 449-1081

Plein Aire Painting Workshop with Rod Weagant

Sept 15-17, 2017

Join Master painter Rod Weagant for a two-day workshop painting en plein aire at on-site locations in the Methow Valley. Rod Weagant will teach strategies for viewing the world with a painter’s eye and how to meet the challenges of painting in the open air. Demonstrations will be in oil paint, but, students may use… [Read More]

Artist to Artist with Joanne Marracci and Vblast

Sept 9, 5-7pm, 2017

Join fellow artists for a free and casual Artist to Artist gathering at the home studios of Joanne Marracci and VBlast in Twisp September 9, 5-7pm. Joanne is a silversmith and VBlast is a multi-media artist working in sculpture and painting. Confluence gallery presents Artist to Artist as a free quarterly gathering for artists in… [Read More]

Indigo Fun Day

Aug 26, 2017

Learn basic Shibori techniques (clamping, folding, tying) which will create gorgeous patterns when dipped into the natural plant indigo vat. Produce a wide range of blues from pale sky to midnight. Cotton and Silk fabric will be provided but please also bring 2-5 natural fiber items from home. Nothing large, heavy or fuzzy items please.… [Read More]

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