“Facebook Live Sessions”
Tune in EVERY Tuesday 1PM EDT
Beginning Tuesday, August 20th, I will be hosting Facebook LIVE sessions to discuss the process behind the art. I will kick it off by discussing, “STARBOUND.”
Think TUESDAYS with TURNER, that may help you to remember
Each week I will speak about the creation process, who the animals are and how they are helping endangered animals as well as humanity.
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Once you have selected your fabrics and are comfortable with the colors it’s time to focus on your pattern. There are no hard and fast rules, so relax and enjoy this next step. An architects’s blueprints are the maps for construction workers. Well, your pattern is much the same...
As I continue to write this blog to help others, I must pause and reflect on areas with which some beginners are having difficulty. And so, before continuing with step 8, let’s talk more about fabrics. I tell students to choose large and small prints in darks, mediums, and lights. I avoid certain fabrics, such as batiks and solids, in favor of directional patterns that help build the collage...
Take a closer look at the animal you are trying to create — is it wild or domestic? Does it live near a lake, mountain, ocean, forest, or desert? What makes this animal happiest…lying in a sunny spot, rolling in the mud, or chasing a butterfly? In Part 1, I directed your attention to light, medium, and darks of the colors you wish to use. But which colors should you choose?
Textile Embroidered Fabric Collage.
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May 18-19 or May 25-26 If you've ever wanted to learn how to felt and are unable to attend one of Lorraine's workshops due to travel restrictions, now you can! This is a 2-day webinar where you will be working alongside Lorraine as she takes you step-by-step through the process. This interactive webinar will allow you to hold your work up for Lorraine to critique,