Hosted by: Peters Valley School of Craft
August 11-15, 2017
19 Kuhn Road, Layton NJ

Instructor: Suzanne Punch
Moth and butterfly wings, beautiful and balanced, give us free rein to explore color in challenging ways. Templates give a quick start for good composition. Then break out of your predictable palette, those same colors you always reach for. Using thickened dye, you can maintain a color within a field of its opposite and create flickering contrasts. Texture adds to the intrigue. Use color in new ways and see unique possibilities in your work on silk. Harmonies await! Note: dyes are not included in the materials fee and can be brought by the participant or purchased through Peters Valley.
Beginner to Intermediate
Suzanne Punch, an artist living and working in New York, received her BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art in Painting. She was designated as a Master Silk Painter by Silk Painters International in 2009. Her work has been showcased in exhibitions across the US and in Japan. It may also be seen in Susan Louise Moyer’s books on silk painting. Suzanne’s work in fashion includes hand-painting, concept development and production for: Ralph Lauren Collection, Donna Karan, Calvin Klein, Narciso Rodriguez, Marchesa, New York City Ballet, Blue Man Group, and Jill Stuart through DyeNamix in New York. She has also done designs for Tracy Feith, J.F. and Son, and Theory at Premiere Vision, Paris. She teaches workshops both on the East and West coasts.
Tuition: $595
Studio/Materials Fee: $30

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