Introduction to Leather Art
Instructor: Jolene Schafer
July 21, 28 August 4, 11, 18
Wednesday 9:00 am - noon
$160 museum members/$210 nonmembers
Leather is an extremely versatile material that can be sculpted, embossed, engraved and painted to resemble many natural forms and textures. Through guided exercises and fun experiments, learn the basic skills needed to create dimensional and unique leather artwork that can be displayed, framed, or even worn! Leather will be provided for the class exercises and projects. Some hand strength is required to manipulate leather and to use certain leatherworking tools Previous experience is not necessary, but basic drawing skills are helpful.