This section documents many of the workshops I’ve done where an immersive experience with Western Red Cedar is my emphasis and goal, more than any product that students may create. The names of these workshops, their duration, and the project outcomes are varied to fit the venues I was invited to teach in.
Cedar From Tree To Pouch, Cedar From Bark To Basket, Artistic Cedar Weaving, Cedar Limb Bread Tray, Woven Cedar Satchel, Woven Cedar Wall Basket, Small Woven Cedar Basket, Small Cedar Projects, are some of the workshops I have offered.
Had a lovely visit with Suquamish Elders Ed Carriere and Marilyn Wandrey at the Bloedel Reserve on Bainbridge Island, Washington.
Oh my, I am behind on my blogs, but here’s pictorial highlights of May 2018 at IslandWood during my two week Artist Residency there with Kay-Ty-Ah Lawrence Moran.
Highlights from Kathey Ervin’s “Weaving With NW Gold – Pick Your Own Project” Workshop at BARN.
Polly Adams Sutton will be teaching a two day workshop at BARN, Bainbridge Artisans Resource Network, August 5th and 6th.
This June an amazing group of students came together to make Cedar Bark Berry Picking Pouches at the new Fiber Art Studio at BARN.
Sue Skelly will teach how to make a 4′ Cedar Garden Spire at BARN in July.
Registration was closed, but one spot just opened up. Is it your time to learn?
Back by popular demand, a Cedar From Tree to Pouch Workshop will be held at the new Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network, on June 10 & 11, 2017.
I am grateful for this Cedar tree and for these students!