Why take a weaving workshop?

Watercolor artists often experience two failings: tightness and fear of trying something new. My workshops help to overcome these problems. First, artists discover that, to make a weaving, one must develop a very simple image, avoiding detail. This permits the artist to paint freely. Second, one must cut up one’s images entirely–that will cure anyone of the “fear” of painting! Best of all, many students come up with terrific weavings in a short period of time. Some become fully committed to the idea of weaving; others enjoy the liberating aspects of the technique.

Teaching a weaving workshop in Delray Beach, Florida

“We thank you for inspiration, exhilaration and motivation to do something different in fine art.”

“I enjoyed the workshops and I loved your way of abstracting a painting.”