Arts: Slow Stitching
The Art of Slow Stitching with Upcycled Fabrics
Join us for a four-week journey into the art of slow stitching using upcycled fabrics, where the intention is to relax and create something beautiful from the everyday. Basic materials are provided, so you can focus on the joy of stitching by hand, transforming discarded fabrics into cherished works of art. Each week, we’ll explore the beauty in repurposed materials, dive into the meditative practice of slow stitching, experiment with creating texture and depth, and create artwork that reflects your unique story.
This class is your sanctuary for mindful creation, a chance to unwind, and an invitation to rediscover the beauty in simplicity.
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About The Instructor
Christine Martell is a teaching artist with a focus on cultivating inclusive communities through the visual arts. She has wide-ranging experience that spans various age groups, including schools, non-profits, corporations, government initiatives, and special events, Christine’s expertise shines in her ability to connect people through creativity. With a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and an MS in Education from Portland State University, she brings both visual art and educational design skills to her classes.