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Wet Felted Landscapes with Johanna Rosolen

Older students will create a simple landscape drawing and transfer their idea to a fabric base. Students will then layer pieces of raw coloured wool on top of one another to interpret their original idea. Students will use the process of wet felting to complete their project.
Younger students will take a less detailed approach and can explore the process of layering the colours of wool. Their projects will focus more on expression and process and will take on less of a representational quality.

Grade Suitability:

K-8

Maximum Class Size:

10

Time Required:

3-5 hours instruction, 1-2 hours prep (I can come to class twice)

Material Required:

Artist will provide

Material Cost:

$3-6 per student for raw wool

Language of Instruction:

English

Communities:

Beaver Creek

Availability:

Sept-June

Johanna Rosolen

Johanna has a bachelor of Fine Arts, and studied painting, drawing and photography at NASCAD (Halifax) and Concordia University. She received her bachelor of Education specializing in high school Visual Arts from Queen’s University. In 2010, Johanna began her business Birds on a Wire Photography. She specializes in family, children’s, newborn, maternity and lifestyle portraits.

Contact: 867-862-7026

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