Sunday, April 17, 2016

Lecture and Trunk Show with LORRAINE ROY, Friday evening, April 22, 2016 at St. Lawrence College, Kingston, ON, 7-9 pm

LORRIANE ROY, renowned Ontario Artist, sought after Instructor and friend to fibre arts enthusiasts across Canada arrives in Kingston, Friday April 22, 2016... do plan to join us for a wonderful evening lecture and the sharing of Lorraine's beautiful fibre art as we welcome Lorraine and her husband to Kingston...

MULBERRY SPRING, LORRAINE ROY
As spring takes us all to those special vistas we love about life along the water in Kingston, LORRAINE ROY arrives to share her much sought after and anticipated 'TREE OF LIFE" workshop with students in our FIBREWORKS KINGSTON Weekend Workshops Series #3 the weekend of April 22-24th.

'TREE OF LIFE' with Lorraine Roy
April 22-24th
St. Lawrence College
100 Portsmouh Ave. 
Kingston, ON
  
Friday evening Lecture
 Room 12040, 
Administrative Wing, in the Link Corridor
7-9 pm ....Everyone welcome!

Parking: Use Door E12 at Rear of Technology Building facing Country Club Drive
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Please mark your calendar and help us welcome our Fibreworks Kingston Instructor, LORRAINE ROY to Kingston.

Sharing time with an artist that has taken a lifetime to perfect her personal style and develop a well recognized voice is a precious gift. Our  Fibreworks Weekend Workshop students will experience a joy in the design process offered rarely now, and we anticipate that this workshop will include a very special gathering of like-minded, eager students, many coming from a distance to enjoy this time with their very much sought after Master Design Instructor.

Spring in Kingston, ON - along the Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence River corridor is indeed special. The water, the rocks, the land forms and the light - especially the light will give way to new insight and appreciation for the surroundings offered as inspiration. Our workshop students will have the chance to explore hands-on textile arts exploration in this classroom in all new ways. Their multi-talented artist Instructor will lay out the plan for weekend design play, creativity in cloth and stitch, and her students will be challenged to create their own small masterpieces in this very special shared art form.

Fertile Ground #20
FERTILE GROUND #20, LORRAINE ROY


Few life forms have inspired as many mythologies and legends as our giant companions, the trees. As the oldest living creatures on this planet, they bring to mind security, shelter, and connections to our past. Most cultures, ancient and modern, feature trees prominently in their stories. 

As individuals, we often form strong personal connections with particular species based on our memories and experiences. In this workshop, we will examine all aspects of the tree from the scientific to the flight of fancy, and create designs that reflect our personal relationships with them.

Spring Fields #2
SPRING FIELDS #2, LORRAINE ROY
Lorraine  will share with her students her background collage techniques that will complement the design process. Students will come with their favourite tree in mind, and examine it from a number of angles to help develop your personal vision and to supply inspiration for many future projects.

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While heading to Kingston, plan to come early and visit the KINGSTON FIBRE ARTISTS Show and Sale "A STITCH IN TIME" at the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning - 370 King St. just east of the lights at Sir John A. MacDonald and King St.

The Show is in the Community Gallery, lower level just steps from the waterfront. (Try the Juniper Café for an afternoon light dinner til 5 pm.)

The Show runs through April 30th.