Thursday, June 5, 2008

Annie Trevillian: a printing life. From handprinting to digital prints on fabric and paper

I am sure everyone will remember Annie from the conference. Annie has n exhibition at Sturt Gallery at Mittagong NSW. It is truly a wonderful show, so if any one is passing Mittagong it is worth a visit. ( May 25th - July 11th 2008) .
Annie Trevillian will take up a joint position as Artist-in-Residence with Monique Van Nieuwland from June 9 - July 19. Both artists are tutors at Sturt Winter School 7 - 11 July 2008.
Weave - Gauze leno & supplementary warp with Monique Van NieuwlandComplete a leno project (scarf) and supplementary warp samples to inspire future projects. Learn to set up a loom to create light weight gauze weaves - the open stable gauze structure allows for speedy weaving. Participants will also learn the supplementary warp technique. Suitable for all enthusiastic participants, but a little knowledge of weaving may be helpful. Click here for more information on this courseMonique Van Nieuwland has been a weaver for more than 30 years and has exhibited her work since 1985. She teaches at the ANU School of Art, Textiles Workshop.
Colour and Design for Printed Fabric with Annie TrevillianExplore markmaking, drawing, colour and design for screenprinting on a range of fabrics developing individual themes in an exciting, fresh and contemporary way with one of Australia's most successful screen printing artists. Suitable for all. Click here for more information on this courseAnnie Trevillian has been a practising artist since 1983. She teaches surface design at ANU School of Art, Textiles Workshop and will be Artist-in-Residence at Sturt in June & July 2008. This course is now full. Names taken for waiting list.

1 comment:

Pam said...

Congratulations Annie, wish I could see your work in person!