Felting Faces Workshop

Felting Faces Workshop featured on www.LivingFelt.com/blog

Felting Faces – The Parrot Lady with Kimberly Pulli

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Date: July 19-21, 2018
Time: 9am- 4pm Thursday- Saturday

Level: Beginner to Intermediate
Location: LIVING FELT 14121 W. Hwy 290, Bldg 2A Austin, TX 78737

Materials Fee: $0
The shop is supplying all of the wool for this project, over 13oz of fine Merino top, plus embellishment and textural fibers, use of shop tools.

Skill Level for this Workshop: Suitable for all levels, some wet felting experience very helpful. We will be rolling our felt which requires some physical exertion. Please wear comfortable shoes and clothes.

Workshop Description:

“Felting Faces” using nuno, wet and needle felting techniques. We will have fun felting a flat piece featuring the Parrot Lady together, which consists of merino wool, MC-1, silk, yarn, nepps and hankies.
Kimberly will share with you all of her techniques for creating these beautiful works of art in wool. Together, the participants will felt “The Parrot Lady”. Techniques learned from this project will support
your future artworks and explorations. At the end of the class, Kimberly will be draw a name and one of the students will take home the artwork Kimberly made in the class!

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Wet Needle Felted Wall Hanging Painting The Watcher Face

Stunning Wool Paintings By Kathryn Parenti

Wet Needle Felted Wall Hanging Painting Visitors Birds

Look at these breathtaking wool paintings by high school art teacher Kathryn Parenti!  This piece is named “Visitors” and was needle felted onto a wet felted pre-felt, then sewn onto a piece of fiber.

When I paint in fiber I find that the optical blends created are much like the glazes and layers I work with in my oil paintings.”

Wet Needle Felted Wall Hanging Painting The Watcher Face

This piece is called “The Watcher.” It was her first needle felted painting.

Kathryn says it was instantaneous love four years ago when she got her first supplies!  This piece was inspired by the “hypnotic faces of the Byzantine Icons” about whom she teaches  in her art class.

Felted wool painting by Kathryn Parenti "Icon"

“Icon”

Wet Needle Felted Painting Purse Face with Hand

This last piece is a purse that Kathryn needle felted with a woman losing her socks and patent leather shoes. It was inspired by her daughter, “a 25 year old artist who manages to be both a child and a woman all at once in the most charming way.”

Wet Needle Felted Painting Purse Body

Wet Needle Felted Painting Purse Body with hand

Wet Needle Felted Painting Purse Face with Hand

She felted her pieces using New Zealand Corriedale Goody Bag and Living Felt 42 gauge needles. Thank you for sharing your amazing artwork with us, Kathryn!
We hope to see more soon!