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Beginner Two-Dimentional Felted Painting with Fiber Artist Kari Roslund - April 26th

In this two hour class, participants will be taken step by step through the 2 dimensional needle felting process to complete this 4" x 6" piece, a beautiful lily of the valley. 

**Materials are included.
**Tools for class are property of the instructor and are being borrowed for class use only. 

Cost $60
Class limited to 7 attendees.

Thank you for understanding that class fees are not refundable.
If there is inclement weather, class will be rescheduled.

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details:
Requirements: Must be able to make small repetitive movements with hands and wrists 18+ years of age
Instructor: Kari Roslund
Instructor Bio: Kari discovered their love for fiber arts while raising a small herd of sheep in rural Pennsylvania. This allowed them to combine their formal art training in an exciting new medium. Kari received their BA in Studio Art, with a teaching certification from Lycoming College. Kari credits their education in fiber to other wool growers and fiber enthusiasts Kari has met as they moved throughout Pennsylvania and New York. In 2020 and 2021, Kari was awarded the Individual Artist Decentralization Grant and the Community Education Art Grant from the New York State Council for the Arts and New York Foundation for the Arts for three projects that focused on examining regions and communities through sourcing materials from a specific area. Kari has participated in exhibitions both nationally and internationally, exhibiting a level of mastery in natural dyeing, felting, surface design, and natural fiber construction. Most notably, Kari was selected to participate in the Gold Standard of Textile Art at the Westbeth Gallery in New York City and the Korean Fiber Art Forum at the Suwon Museum of Art in Suwon, South Korea. Teaching several workshops in different settings has helped to grow Kari?s teaching style and provided her with a broad level of experiences. Kari is drawn to capturing natural wonders and enjoys the process of layering a variety of materials such as wool, silk, wire, wood, and paper to capture places or moments. As Kari introduces the viewer to a tactilely enticing juxtaposition of various textures, Kari invites the viewer to examine subtle, yet delicate details found only when we stop and ponder. With sourcing and legacy as the foundations of their creative process, Kari often incorporates drawing attention back to people, places, and raw materials. In sharing their work, Kari tells the story of how each body of work celebrates the various fiber traditions, communities, and rural landscapes.

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