LUDLOW, Vt. – Our fall, winter, and spring term is well underway. Here’s what’s going on in October at the Fletcher Farm School for the Arts and Crafts.
On Oct. 5, 2019, artist-in-residence Nancy Monson will be presenting “Zentangle: Make Beautiful Drawings on Paper and Silk.” In the morning, students will warm up by doing Zentangle drawings on paper. In the afternoon, those drawings will be done on silk. Meanwhile, Dona Nazarenko will be showing you how to make “Birch Bark Jewelry.”
On Oct. 6, Cheryl Leiner will show you how to make “Felted Soaps.”
Piper Strong will be leading a workshop Oct. 9-10 on “Outdoor Landscape Painting.” Lyn Parker Haas and Nancy Conway show students how to make “Pine Needle Jewelry” Oct. 12, and Robert Frost Award winner Layne Herschel starts a two-day “Beginning Punch Needle Rug Hooking” and open studio on that same day.
On the following weekend, Oct. 19-20, Harold Bosco teaches our popular “Introduction to Silver Fabrication,” and Joyce Fuller shows you how to “Weave a Necktie Chair Seat.”
We close out October with Roger Hyndman’s two-day “Intaglio Printmaking Workshop” Oct. 26-27, and Sue Carey’s class to show you how to “Felt a Witch or a Santa” Oct. 26.
For more information on these or any other classes, go to the schedule page on our website, www.fletcherfarm.org.