Scarf Eco Printing Workshop (11 May 2024)

Experience a hands on journey of eco printing, with leaves and flowers, on fabric. Join Sanet
on a day filled with laughter, discovery and walk away with your creation.

Date: Saturday, May 11th – 2024
Time: 8.45 – 12.45pm (4 hours)
Place: The Deckle Edge @ 13 Brickfield Road, Salt River
Workshops space limited booking essential

All materials for the day are included in the price;

  • Fabric
  • pipes
  • mordants
  • leaves
  • steam pot
  • gas
  • paper
  • notes

*Each attendee will receive a 10% Deckle shopping coupon for the day.

Students to Bring: Apron

Deckle Edge To supply: Surgical gloves, biscuits and refreshments

Recommended age: All welcome from 15 years and up.

What you will learn:

  • You will learn how to print eco style using natural pigments and plants on material.
  • See a Demonstration and receive your notes.
    In notes:
    Learn about natural pigments in plants
    What are in the leave, tannins, and acids
    Identifying the leaves in your area
    What happen when combining them with different mordants, moisture and heat on fabric
    How to bundle the fabric
    How to prepare the fabric for the process
    What type of fabric you can use.

About the facilitator:

Sanet Visser facilitated printmaking workshops at Rupert Museum and Butterfly Art Project.
She completed a 3-year course, with a diploma at Ruth Prowse School of Art, in Visual Arts. Major in Printmaking also receive training in Craft, design, fine art, photography, events.

Living out her passion facilitating art classes at Imibala Trust and De Hoop Primary school Somerset West. She Founded SA Art in 2004, working for the benefit of emerging visual artists. Saart was a finalist in the South African Nedbank Arts and Culture Trust Awards She was born on a farm and the characteristics of farming inspired her, it demands endurance, ploughing the earth, preparing it, hard work, patience, and expectation. She is influenced, as an artist, by people and their personal growth in life
Faculty Trainer at Butterfly Art Project Reference of training: https://www.butterflyartproject.org/meet-the-faculty
Huis Horizon  Fundraising workshop: https://www.huishorison.org.za/en/ekoprint-werkswinkel-23-july/
Lino printmaking at Rupert Museum https://rupertmuseum.org/events/museum-saturday-lino-printing-workshop/
Papermaking at Somerset College

If you need to cancel your workshop booking, please let us know by 11 a.m the weekday before the workshop. To help us support the facilitator, late cancellations will not be refunded. A credit for future events could be granted at our discretion.

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Experience a hands on journey of eco printing, with leaves and flowers, on fabric. Join Sanet
on a day filled with laughter, discovery and walk away with your creation.

Date: Saturday, May 11th – 2024
Time: 8.45 – 12.45pm (4 hours)
Place: The Deckle Edge @ 13 Brickfield Road, Salt River
Workshops space limited booking essential

All materials for the day are included in the price;

  • Fabric
  • pipes
  • mordants
  • leaves
  • steam pot
  • gas
  • paper
  • notes

*Each attendee will receive a 10% Deckle shopping coupon for the day.

Students to Bring: Apron

Deckle Edge To supply: Surgical gloves, biscuits and refreshments

Recommended age: All welcome from 15 years and up.

What you will learn:

  • You will learn how to print eco style using natural pigments and plants on material.
  • See a Demonstration and receive your notes.
    In notes:
    Learn about natural pigments in plants
    What are in the leave, tannins, and acids
    Identifying the leaves in your area
    What happen when combining them with different mordants, moisture and heat on fabric
    How to bundle the fabric
    How to prepare the fabric for the process
    What type of fabric you can use.

About the facilitator:

Sanet Visser facilitated printmaking workshops at Rupert Museum and Butterfly Art Project.
She completed a 3-year course, with a diploma at Ruth Prowse School of Art, in Visual Arts. Major in Printmaking also receive training in Craft, design, fine art, photography, events.

Living out her passion facilitating art classes at Imibala Trust and De Hoop Primary school Somerset West. She Founded SA Art in 2004, working for the benefit of emerging visual artists. Saart was a finalist in the South African Nedbank Arts and Culture Trust Awards She was born on a farm and the characteristics of farming inspired her, it demands endurance, ploughing the earth, preparing it, hard work, patience, and expectation. She is influenced, as an artist, by people and their personal growth in life
Faculty Trainer at Butterfly Art Project Reference of training: https://www.butterflyartproject.org/meet-the-faculty
Huis Horizon  Fundraising workshop: https://www.huishorison.org.za/en/ekoprint-werkswinkel-23-july/
Lino printmaking at Rupert Museum https://rupertmuseum.org/events/museum-saturday-lino-printing-workshop/
Papermaking at Somerset College

If you need to cancel your workshop booking, please let us know by 11 a.m the weekday before the workshop. To help us support the facilitator, late cancellations will not be refunded. A credit for future events could be granted at our discretion.

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