March Classes: Dabble Austin
Saturday, March 12: Intro to Hand Lettering
Join Dabble for an introduction to hand lettering, taught by designer and lettering artist, Isa D'Aniello.
In this two hour class, you will learn typography essentials and get acquainted with three different styles of letterforms through practice. Isa will guide you through identifying phrases that speak to you and how to develop an illustrative style that matches it's tone. You'll then set up your sketch and go over inking techniques. By the end of the workshop, you'll be able to incorporate your new skills to create your own framable piece of artwork in the form of your favorite lyric or quote. Sign up here.
Wednesday, March 23: DIY Floral Design with Julie Foreman
Spring is coming which means so are all the beautiful Spring flowers! Be ready by learning how to make a beautiful, unique custom floral design with Julie Foreman, owner of Merci Bouquet. Not only will you learn the basics of how to buy and care for flowers, but you will also learn how to create a custom design. Impress yourself and others with your knowledge! You'll be able to take your custom design with you to enjoy at home, to impress your guests at your next dinner party, or to give as a lovely gift. This class is the perfect opportunity for the ultimate girls night! Sign up here.
Saturday, March 26: Cyanotype Workshop with Laura Barth Turner
The cyanotype process, also known as the blueprint process, was first introduced by John Herschel in 1842 and has remained virtually unchanged since its invention. Cyanotypes were originally created for architects and engineers blue print designs, but now artists have adapted this technique and can now create beautiful pieces of artwork for everyone to enjoy.
Great for beginners and all levels interested in gaining hands-on experience with traditional photographic techniques.
Our workshop will introduce students to the history of the cyanotype process. Students will learn how to make sensitizing solutions and coat various natural fibered fabrics and papers. Photograms will be created with botanical specimens, feathers, lace, and other objects (no film, camera, or negatives needed). Students interested in experimenting with negatives should contact Dabble before class. A large portion of the class will take place outside, as sunlight will be used to expose the cyanotypes.
This workshop is adaptable for participants of all ages and levels of experience. There will be lots of one-on-one coaching. Sign up here.
Thursday, March 31: Build a Succulent Terrarium with Keri Anderson
Build your own terrarium at our studio with this fun hour of terrarium-how-to's and tips from the makers.
THURSDAY nights will be post-work-party atmosphere. Sips and bites of wine and cheese. Attendees are welcome to byob. SATURDAY mornings are a better atmosphere for all ages. In this class, parents will have the option to share designing in the same vessel for the price of one seat. Please be advised, we have 12 seats available and standing may be necessary if you choose to build one together. Sips and bites will include breakfast bites, coffee, tea and juice. Classes typically take about an hour to an hour and a half. Bring a friend and come prepared to play in the dirt! Sign up here.
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