27 April 2019 Silk Illustrations with Emily Jo Gibbs, London, UK
Saturday 27 April 11-5, includes a light lunch
Taught by Emily Jo Gibbs
On this course you will experiment with composition, using over-lapping layers of translucent fabrics to build areas of different colours and tones. Using a variety of media including pencil, ink, silk paint and stitch, Emily will offer individual help, so that you can explore these mediums with confidence and create your illustration.
If you would like to work to your own drawings and/or photographs please bring them along.
Students will also need to bring a sewing kit that includes: sewing thread in a variety of colours, pins, needles, sharp scissors, scissors for paper, and a pencil.
There are 12 places available.
Emily Jo Gibbs is a British Artist who over the last two decades has established an international reputation for her work. She has received significant critical acclaim and examples of her work are in several museum collections including the V&A, London and The Museum of Fine Art, Houston. Emily is a member of Contemporary Applied Arts and The 62 Group of Textile Artists. Emily’s current practice focuses on hand stitched Portraits and Still Life constructed from multiple layers and pieces of silk organza on a linen ground.