Midwest Fiber Arts Trail
Bead Embroidery with Jamie Lyn Kara
Saturday, March 17, 2018
1 pm - 5 pm
Learn to create a textural surface using a needle, thread, and beads! You will learn to create a beaded bezel for a smooth gemstone . Using the gemstone as a focal point, we will build a pair of earrings using a variety of Japanese seed beads. This method of constructing a peyote bezel can open up sculptural avenues in bead embroidery as well as enhance other fiber art practices. Familiarity with using a needle and thread is recommended.
Jamie will provide the following:
About the Artist
Jamie Lyn Kara was born in the beautiful Hudson Valley, 75 miles north of New York City where she grew up making mud-pies and leaf-burritos. She traveled with her family throughout the Northeast, developing a love for new places and experiences. This led her to pursue a BFA in Fibers from Savannah College of Art and Design where she could express her excitement for the world in a hands-on and visual way. While studying at SCAD, Jamie traveled coast-to-coast absorbing inspiration, collecting materials, and digging in the dirt while working on a feCw organic farms. This experience helped strengthen her sense of place and shape her work, which includes lots of stitching and the use of many re-purposed materials. Jamie also enjoys working collaboratively, dreaming up new ideas and designs.
Class Fee is $100.00