Wet-Felted Fiber Vessel with Marianne Vogel

$155, $135 mbrs. (discounted price will display for members upon login)

Students will meet in the third floor Kat in the Hat Classroom, 533 Eaton Street

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sponsored by Green Parrot Bar

A felt vessel with small opening at top with red beads and strings.


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Class Description

Learn a new technique – wet-felting – by creating a small fiber vessel. Fiber artist Vogel’s professional background in weaving and graphic design influences her treatment of textile works through a keen sense for composition and line and the haptic aspects of fiber.

Meet Your Instructor

The bumpy surface of a small barnacle, the bulbous joints along the length of a gnarled twig, a chunk of iridescent moss bulging from a crevice – these are what fuel Marianne Vogel’s creative urge. Her goal as a fiber artist is to echo the sentiment of Nature’s geometrical gifts.

Working with wool and other fiber, textiles and miscellaneous materials, Vogel creates patterned layers through various techniques—wet-felting wool, slow stitching linen, and beading surfaces. Intrinsic basic shapes and line elements remain constant in her visual language toolbox.

She lives and works in Englewood, Florida.

Supply List

All materials included.

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Tue-Sat, 10am-4pm

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