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Sunday, August 21, 2011

New Lo Bue Workshop #3: ALL IN A CORD

Introducing a rather surprising departure from my other workshops:
The fascinating art of kumihimo, or Japanese braiding, has centuries of colourful history. Used long ago to connect the armour of the Samurai warriors as well as to fasten silk kimonos, this easy to learn technique has so many creative possibilities it's mindboggling. 

Join found-object artist (and budding kumi-he-man) Keith Lo Bue as he introduces you to his newest passion in a whirlwind workshop that will have you in knots.

With only a few inexpensive and simple tools, you will learn a creative activity that you can do simply anywhere, at any time. On a airplane or train ride, waiting in a car, even in bed - it's an eminently portable, meditative process that yields exquisite braids for jewelry, journal closures, assemblage and a million other uses.

Note - the Seattle class below is a 2-day intensive, and the Petaluma and Danbury classes are 1-day...

Where and when:

September 26th, 2011:
Art Is...Petaluma - Petaluma, California   Info Here
October 1 - 2, 2011:
Artfest Annex - Seattle, Washington   Info Here

October 10th, 2011:
Art Is...Who - Danbury, Connecticut   Info Here

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