Create your own earthy, elegant holiday style using all natural materials.
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Thursday, November 15th 6:30-8:00pm
The Wilder Textile Art Studio in the Emerson Suite 107a
About the Workshop:
In this workshop you will learn how to create a wreath using willow branches and dried plants and flowers. You will be guided through some basic floral arrangement techniques and will leave with your own unique creation to share with your friends and family. The holidays can be very chaotic and filled with excess, leaving us feeling empty and overwhelmed. Take this time to step back and reflect on what really matters, our connection to Earth and to each other. Mariah will share her love of decorating with natural, found materials and the joy that comes from simplifying your surroundings. Her love of decorating with nature comes from her childhood and making wreaths with her mother.
About the Teacher:
Mariah Palmer is the owner of Wilder Goods and has a background in textile arts with a BA in Clothing, Textiles and Design from the University of Idaho. Over the years she has experimented with design in many mediums, including fiber dyeing and printing, metalsmithing, sewing, web and graphic design and more. Currently, she runs the Wilder shop and studio and makes her own line of fiber and clay jewelry.