Sign up for our Colouricious Club - free weekly online textile art ideas and inspiration. http://colouricious.com/textiles-ideas-blogs-colouricious-club/ Textile artist Jill Kennedy demonstrates her beautiful style of silk art painting. You can learn from her how to get started on this creative ancient textile technique. You too can create beautiful handmade textile art using silk paints to hand dye fabrics. Buy this textile art dvd with more amazing sewing projects with the finest textile artists - http://colouricious.com/products-page/textile-workshop-dvd/textile-art-sew-stitch/ Visit our website to discover more and sign up to our weekly newsletter at http://www.colouricious.com
Exclusive studio access for look at my process for creating freehand painted silk scarves. This purpose of this video to 1. show that yes, these scarves are painted entirely freehand - see the whole process right here and 2. show just how LONG it takes to create one - and also show all the work that goes into the scarf outside of the actual painting. This was made for my clients out of high demand, for informational purposes only, as I've already stated. I've never considered myself a videographer nor am I trying to be one here. I'm sorry if the shaky camera bothers you. Portfolio: joannaread.com Shop: joyinmystudio.etsy.com Blog: joyinmystudio.com
http://www.painted-silks.com The process of hand-painting a 40" x 60" silk habotai marching band color guard flag from start to finish. This one was somewhere around number 28-32 of a set of 40, which depicted the sun's movement during a day. Starting with the sunrise in the early morning and moving through the final deep red sunset, each flag was completely different, with the sky and sun position changing on every one. A challenging project for sure. Painted in Orlando watercolor artist John Carollo's unique Controlled Chaos abstract style for the Northwestern High School Purple Regiment in Rock Hill, SC. Fast-motion video captures the 1.5-2-hour painting time.
DVD Title: Silk Painting with Jill Kennedy Jill Kennedy is the famous UK author of several books on her favorite art -- silk painting. In this DVD she demonstrates 10 of her most called upon techniques for creating fantastic designs in silk. In this excerpt she is demonstrating what can be done by adding salt and sugar over freshly dyed areas to create dramatic flow in the dye penetration!
Wow! This is amazing. Ebru art ("colors floating on water") dates in its current form from the 15th century in Central Asia and the Ottoman Empire. This is how it is done today by master artist Güler Sömtürk in her Cappadocia Ebru Art House in Ortahisar & Urgup. You will be amazed watching this video. Check out more about Cappadocia at http://www.captivatingcappadocia.com
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Recreating a figure from a Chinese painting in the gongbi style. Gongbi paintings are characterised by meticulous brushwork and highly coloured palettes. Chinese ink is made in a solid form, and needs to be ground and mixed with water. A full-size line drawing, known in Chinese as huago, is made on paper with a brush and ink. The outline of the figure is carefully drawn. A piece of silk is selected for its weave and texture. Raw silk is non-absorbent, so it needs to be treated in a process called sizing. A solution of glue and alum is used to make the ink pigments stick to the silk. The ratio of glue and alum must be carefully balanced. Too much alum makes the surface difficult to paint, but too little means that pigments will not adhere properly. The solution is spread with a flat brush. The silk is stretched over a board or stretcher with paste. When the treated silk has dried, it is ready for painting. The silk is placed over the drawing and the lines are carefully traced with ink. The artist can change the weight of the line by varying the pressure. Because silk is thin, colour needs to be built up through a process called tuose. An even layer of paint is applied to the back of the work. White pigment is usually used. Darker pigment is used for the dark areas. After the paint on the back has dried, the front is ready to be painted. First a base layer is painted. Colour pigments are prepared one by one. The painter carefully fills in the smaller areas. Two brushes are used to create colour washes. Layers of light wash are applied over painted areas until the artist gets the right tone. The process of building up colour and creating the right tone is painstaking and can take a long time. Fine details such as facial features and clothing patterns can now be added. The figure's outline is accentuated with black ink or colour for the final time. 26 October 2013 - 19 January 2014. Masterpieces of Chinese Painting 700 - 1900 brings together the finest examples of Chinese painting from the beginning of the 8th to the end of the 19th century, from small-scale intimate works by monks and literati through to scroll paintings over 14 metres long, many of which have never before been seen in the UK.
Get inspired to create your own fabric art creations with this fast and easy technique for dyeing fabrics and so much more with Sharpie markers and alcohol. See the work of students taking Suzanne's fabric dyeing class at the Houston Quilt Market 2010.
Sign up for our Colouricious Club - free weekly online textile art ideas and inspiration. http://colouricious.com/textiles-ideas-blogs-colouricious-club/ buy this textile workshop dvd http://colouricious.com/products-page/textile-workshop-dvd/textile-art-craft-ideas-bondaweb/ http://www.colouricious.com - visit the Colouricious website for a stash more creative ideas. On our website, sign up for our free online weekly newsletter to receive all our textile ideas and inspirations. Remember to share this video with your creative friends. Meet mixed media and textile artist Kim Thittichai and learn how to use bondaweb or wonder under as it's also known and the craft ideas you can use this fabric adhesive for. The emphasis of this textile art DVD is very much on experimenting and having fun! Be surprised at the arts and crafts you can use this material for! Bondaweb is a textile adhesive used in all kinds of modern textile art. A fast, simple process to acheive stunning results and usable with almost any craft project you are working on. Applique limitless designs, create fabulous textured surfaces with your recycled fabric, design your own fabric and even make your own jewellery. Chapter 1 -- Bondaweb applique t shirts The most simple use of bondaweb is to stick two surfaces together. Design your own t shirt and applique any design on with bondaweb glue. A great craft idea for kids! Chapter 2 -- How to use bondaweb to design your own cards Kim loves to use painted bondaweb which perfect to design your own cards. You can use anything from fabric to newspaper, play around and have fun with your designs! Chapter 3 - Bondaweb and designing book covers Did you know bondaweb can iron onto any dry flat surface? Learn how to decorate a notebook or address book for yourself with glitter, sequins and all things sparkly. Chapter 4 -- Bondaweb textile design Anything you can think of can be stuck with bondaweb or wonder under. Create beautiful textile designs using bondaweb for photo frames, wooden boxes or anything you like! Chapter 5 -- Heat transfer foils Learn how well heat transfer foils work with bondaweb or hot spots and how this simple, versatile and washable process can be used to even decorate kids crafts! Chapter 6 -- Combining bondaweb and block printing You can design your own fabric for textile art projects. Kim shows you how she combines bondaweb and block printing on fabric to create her own fabric! Chapter 7 -- Bondaweb projects -- making jewellery Arts and crafts with bondaweb is easy! You can make your own jewellery with sparkle on any design you want. Chapter 8 -- Make your own bag with lamifix There is no limit to the size of craft projects you can make with bondaweb. Learn to use lamifix to seal and protect your work and even make your own bag, a laptop case, an ipod case or even a shopping bag! Chapter 9 -- Cut any shape from bondaweb A useful feature of bondaweb is that you can cut it fast and apply it in any shape you want. Kim explains in this final chapter different methods of cutting and how to achieve different textile designs. Visit our website to discover more and sign up to our weekly newsletter at http://www.colouricious.com
Muestra cómo pintar fácilmente pañuelos y fulares de seda. Se utiliza una pintura que se fija en el microondas. La forma de doblar el pañuelo y de dar el color forma los diferentes motivos.
"Online Silk Painting Course" -- Would you like to take part in these cost effective online art classes teaching you painting on silk, run by the renowned, award winning silk artist, Barbara Gabogrecan? There are participants in Barbara's classes from all around the world who are enjoying learning silk art by increasing their skills and expertise as they discover some 'outside the box' methods for drawing and silk painting design. http://silkpaintingbygabogrecan.com/online-silk-painting-classes.php In this video Barbara Gabogrecan is demonstrating 'step by step' how she applies colour with silk dyes. She is completing a major wall hanging for Blamey and Saunders to be displayed in their beautiful Heritage Listed Building in East Melbourne, Australia. It is at the end of the video that you see the final, beautiful and exotic colour and art work for this wall hanging mural. In this video the silk painting artist, Barbara Gabogrecan, demonstrates how colour is introduced by using special silk dyes. You can view the final hanging of this fine art painting on sight. http://youtu.be/u1AGQxo4pvI Barbara has won #7 of the Australian Gift of the Year Awards with her "silk painting designs" and had over #16 licenses for her designs on product produced by such well known and established Australian companies as Shelta Umbrellas, Laurentino Bags and Fresca Scarves. Barbara now produces fine art paintings mainly for commissions and exhibitions, but does have a small range of scarves for sale via her online catalogue. http://silkpaintingbygabogrecan.com/ Barbara teaches drawing skills and silk painting techniques via her "online silk painting classes" where students learn just what is silk painting and how best to achieve silk paintings of a high quality. Barbara is a former director of art in secondary schools and taught part time for over #15 years at the National Gallery of Victoria. She also invites silk painting artists to write articles for her blog, so that others can learn from the experiences of the experts http://silkpaintingbygabogrecan.com/blog You can contact Barbara Gabogrecan on email@example.com
http://fionastolze.com and http://www.silkandart.com This video is a demonstration of the salt technique in silk painting. It's one of the first ones that beginners learn and it is very simple to do and has great effects. If you enjoyed this video, please visit my channel to see more. Thanks very much for stopping by.
Sign up for our Colouricious Club - free weekly online textile art ideas and inspiration. http://colouricious.com/textiles-ideas-blogs-colouricious-club/ Watch Gilda Baron reveal simple but stunning stitching techniques to embroider flowers and landscapes. Discover how to embroider by hand to create your own unique stunning pieces of handmade textile art. For more textile art projects, buy this dvd http://colouricious.com/products-page/textile-workshop-dvd/textile-art-sew-stitch/ Visit our website to discover more and sign up to our weekly newsletter at http://www.colouricious.com
Sign up for our Colouricious Club - free weekly online textile art ideas and inspiration. http://colouricious.com/textiles-ideas-blogs-colouricious-club/ http://colouricious.com/products-page/textile-workshop-dvd/creative-stitch-free-machine-embroidery-dvd/ - Buy this DVD here for my sewing projects & ideas for textile design. Ever wondered about how you can create your own stitches with free machine embroidery? Well here is the answer - Gina Ferrari teaches you how to do creative embroidery with your sewing machine. Explore free machining using different fabric such as felt, wool and cotton to create beautiful handmade textile pieces. Visit our website to discover more and sign up to our weekly newsletter at http://www.colouricious.com
Sign up for our Colouricious Club - free weekly online textile art ideas and inspiration. http://colouricious.com/textiles-ideas-blogs-colouricious-club/ http://www.colouricious.com - visit the Colouricious website for a stash of creative textile ideas. Sign up for our free online weekly newsletter, on our homepage, to receive all our textile ideas and inspirations. Remember to share this video with your creative friends. Christmas arts and crafts with textile artist Fay Maxwell who introduces you to a needle felting tool, which is a precursor to the embellishing machine. She has some fun pouring bleach over some velvet, creating an artistic background for embellishing on some felt shapes. Her embellished mirror frame makes the perfect personalised Christmas present. Visit our website to discover more and sign up to our weekly newsletter at http://www.colouricious.com
Sign up for our Colouricious Club - free weekly online textile art ideas and inspiration. http://colouricious.com/textiles-ideas-blogs-colouricious-club/ http://colouricious.com/products-page/textile-workshop-dvd/textile-art-sew-stitch/ - Buy this textile art dvd for more sewing ideas, projects & much more with the best british textile artists. http://www.colouricious.com - visit the Colouricious website for a stash more creative ideas. Discover how to create beautiful hand dyed fabric with Myfanwy Hart. You can learn the art of fabric dyeing and how to combine this with creative stitchery to make a piece of beautiful handmade craft.
DVD Title: Silk Painting with Jill Kennedy Jill Kennedy is the famous UK author of several books on her favorite art -- silk painting. In this DVD she demonstrates 10 of her most called upon techniques for creating fantastic designs in silk. In this excerpt she demonstrates how wax often is preferential to gutta or other resists for it's ability to contain or hold colors and be used in larger areas while providing similar effects to gutta's ability to contain dye within regions. Here she emphasizes the ability to work with dyes immediately after application and demonstrates how fun it is to use traditional Indonesian tjantings and Japanese brushes to create "Pisces" or the "twin fish" design in the scarf she is working on.
Sign up for our Colouricious Club - free weekly online textile art ideas and inspiration. http://colouricious.com/textiles-ideas-blogs-colouricious-club/ http://colouricious.com/products-page/textile-workshop-dvd/textile-art-sew-stitch/ - Buy this textile art for my sewing ideas with embroidery http://www.colouricious.com - visit the Colouricious website for a stash more creative ideas. On our website, sign up for our free online weekly newsletter to receive all our textile ideas and inspirations. Remember to share this video with your creative friends. Join in one of Fay Maxwell's workshops - see http://www.fayandkay.co.uk/workshops.htm
http://www.silkandart.com I was recently asked how to use one of the special effects brushes I posted a photo of on the Facebook Silkandart page. This short demo is a response to that. You can see a basic use and I encourage you to simply experiment with it yourself to see what you can come up with. Please also visit my main site at http://fionastolze.com. I look forward to seeing you there.