PAVERPOL is a textile hardner (a polymer) that solidifies natural textiles into rock solid pieces of art. When a natural textile is dipped in PAVERPOL you can wrap and drape the textiles to cover your wire figurines or styrofoam busts. Sculptors, mixed media artists, fiber artists, doll makers, gourd artists, and theatre set crews all use this medium. PAVERPOL is safe and carries the AP seal for non-toxicity from ACMI (Art and Creative Material Institute)
Monday, 24 March 2014
She's A Wrap!
In a Fun One Day Workshop!
In this class you will be working with Transparent Paverpol, Paverwrappers, Stockinette. Paverplast and your choice of Paverpol colors! (Jewlery shown is not included in this class.)
When: Saturday December 13, 2014
Time: 0930 to 3:30pm
Where: (Sharon's studio in Walnut Grove Area of Langley)
What do I bring: A bagged lunch, small roll of tinfoil.
Wear old clothes paverpol does not come out of any natural fibres
In one day you will take home a standing or sitting 41-51cm (16-20 inches) figurine. We will be using your old white cotton t-shirt, tin foil, wire armature, and black colored Paverpol. We will finish with a dry brushing of a color of your choice. Above pictures are a few samples of what you can make in one day.
Date:December 14, 2014
Time:0930am to 3:30pm
Where: (Sharon's studio in Walnut Grove area of Langley).
What do I bring:1 cotton white T-shirt, 1 small roll of tinfoil. A bottle of water and bagged lunch. Wear old clothes paverpol does not come off of your clothes or socks. Please note: If you want to make a sitting figurine, please bring that item to class. For example a small ceramic planter pot, a piece of drift wood, a glass bottle, or a rod iron mini chair.