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Art of the Brush, October 14-18, 2013
Learn the art of making your own handmade brushes suitable for use with water based mediums and ceramic decoration. Beginning and advanced techniques and construction methods will be taught for making brushes from deer, skunk, horse hair, raccoon, goat and ring tail cat. Demonstrations will involve step by step instruction for making handles from bamboo, yucca, wood and found objects.

This class will provide a hands on practical approach to brush making from functional tools to works of art. Students will begin with simple brushes and then move into making brushes with advanced techniques. The class will explore the best materials to produce handmade, A student should expect to make 15 to 20 brushes during the class.


Classes are limited to six participants.
Level: This course is open to all skills levels.
Instructor: Vicki Hardin
Dates: October 14-18, 2013 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Fee: 450.00 and 75.00 materials fee

For more information or to register contact Vicki Hardin at 325 315 1717


 

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