Ecoprint Dying Class

June 26, 2020 (Friday)
July 10, 2020 (Friday)

We are now OPEN for classes and tours. You will need to review and agree to our CCP – Corona Virus Policy to register for a class. (What is CCP?)

Eco printing is that place where natural dying, creativity, art and surprise all come together in a single location. Learn how to capture the beauty of natural plant material on silk and wool. We will explore and discuss multiple techniques for printing on silk and wool with local and regional plant material.

All materials are provided but we encourage you to bring some local plant material such as oak, pecan, sumac, maple and chestnut leaves, or anything else in your yard you are curious to see if it will print. We will have plenty for everyone even if you do not bring anything.

We begin the morning with homemade sweet breads, coffee or tea. lunch is a warm yummy, farm to table, cozy affair!

Teacher: Steve Clark
Steve spent his education and
career as a civil engineer in a
very linear world. After retiring
to the mountains he woke up and somehow had a pasture full of
alpacas, sheep, llamas and
angora goats. With rooms full of bags of fiber, he started the process of learning to knit, spin, dye, & card

As it turns out, Steve’s linear thinking has been most useful in the art of eco printing, which is a meeting place of creativity and science

All levels welcome.
Class Times: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Class Fee: $99.00 each

A minimum of four (4) students is required to host this class.

Class Dates
June 26, 2020 (Friday)
July 10, 2020 (Friday)

Click here to view some of LMA/Lardworks Studio Lunch Recipes

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