Wednesday-Thursday, 05/15-05/16, 8:00am – 5:00pm W166, Sheridan College
All skill levels welcome!
Who? Who? You! You can come join me for two days of intense instruction and fun. An owl is the subject this year, per request of one of my regular students. The picture comes from a photo taken by wildlife photographer Mindy Music King. Feathers are a whole different ball game than our usual subjects with hair. The owl will be embossed in the extreme. Walk away with a finished 11″ x 14″ picture, ready to frame.
Materials to Bring: Weight to hold down leather, stylus, modeling spoon, swivel knife, mallet, bevelers and matting tools (smooth and checkered, various sizes), smooth pear shaders (various sizes), F902, F895, large hair blade (not multi-blade knife), scalpel with #11 blades, 1″ stamping stone, paint brushes (sizes 0 – 4, round).
When she was very young, Kathy started her leathercraft career as a 4-H project, not knowing what it would lead to many years later. She has become the recipient of prestigious awards, such as the coveted Al Stohlman Award and Master Leather Artisan of the Year from the Academy of Western Artists. Figure carving has become her primary focus, and she is determined to share everything she has learned.