Saturday, October 15, 2016 from 10am-4pm

Leather is an amazing material for creating wet-formed masks that you can wear. You use vegetable-tanned leather, dampened to become soft enough to work with. Then using a variety of face forms, that will be supplied for your use, you will drape the leather over a form and begin to mold and shape it into the desired mask design. Eye openings are then set and cut out and your creation will be heat dried.  Once dry enough but still pliable, the surface can be decorated with acrylic paints, sequins, feathers and even sparkle powders.  Your mask will have a design, truly unique to you.

Skill Level: suited to any level of expertise

Instructor: Beverley Williams
Duration: 1 day 10am-4pm
Course Fee: Members $60 / Non-members $75
Materials Fee: $12. payable to the instructor on the day of the class
Materials List: additional found objects and decorative items, if you wish.

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