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More Abstract Art For Quiltmakers

There are so many wonderful quilt designs ideas within the abstract art field, let's unveil some

With: Elizabeth Barton
Skill Level: All Levels

There are so many wonderful quilt designs ideas within the abstract art field, let's unveil some

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5 Lessons
Type: Scheduled
Price: $50.00 or $64.00
Start Date: To Be Advised

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Tags: Abstract, Design, quilting, quilts, art quilts, abstract art, quilt design, abstract artists, history of abstract art

Description

Intrigued by abstract art? But don’t know where to begin even thinking about it? How and why abstract art, in all its varieties, was developed is fascinating. And there are so many wonderful quilt designs ideas within the abstract art field! Let’s dig in and see what we can glean.

This class is parallel to my Abstract Art for Quiltmakers class. They deal with the subject in different ways. More Abstract Art looks at the history and the popular abstract painters we know. Abstract Art for Quiltmakers focuses particularly on the contributions made by female abstract artists.

Each class has several exercises per lesson that will help you develop your own abstract art quilt designs. Take one class – if you love it, and I hope you do (!), then take the other one!

Student Comments

Sherrill:

The lessons were presented well. I learn something new and enjoyed it. A great class as always with Elizabeth.

Linda:

Elizabeth, the feed back is fantastic and much appreciated!

Supplies Required for Workshop

This course does not require any particular supplies, nothing that is not already in your studio.

Computer and access to the internet.

Photo-imaging software, such as Photoshop Essentials (PSE) or GIMP

Printer

Camera

Pen, paper (white, black, mid tones any color), pencil.

Paper scissors

Usual sewing supplies: cutter, pins, fabric, sewing machine etc.

Above all: an open mind and curiosity!

Student Comments

Sherrill:

The lessons were presented well. I learn something new and enjoyed it. A great class as always with Elizabeth.

Linda:

Elizabeth, the feed back is fantastic and much appreciated!

Josephine:

This course of yours is superb. So far it has given me many happy hours! I seem to have enough ideas to last for years thanks to you.

Linda:

I LOVED this workshop---this was the most informative, well researched and best valued on-line course I have ever taken. And I will admit, I have taken many, many on-line classes. Elizabeth is a top notch instructor and it is obvious she has spent time to present a 'creativity inspiring' class. Her comments were thoughtful and so much more than the typical 'good color choice'--'what an interesting combination of fabric' I have found to be the usual feedback in other classes.

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