Experience the magic and satisfaction of making your own patterned textiles and papers with natural products, local plant materials, sustainable print processes and recycled textiles. On each course you’ll work with organic artist Catherine Lewis, who has over 20 years experience in teaching textiles and print processes; I work with private clients, businesses, community groups and education: please look here.
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A parent of a participant on a Criw Celf project wrote to us after:
My son ..enjoyed the half term project with Cath Lewis enormously. She’s a great teacher who engaged and encouraged him to create some lovely work. He came home every evening talking about the activities of the group and what he’d learnt. He was inspired to work hard on his book, which he enjoyed making from recycled materials, and is
already using his walnut ink for his GCSE work as well as making some of his own.
He found the experience of working with artists inspiring and it was lovely for me to see him come home buzzing with ideas and he’s looking forward to putting more of his ideas into practice.
This project was a wonderful opportunity for him and I’m delighted that he was given that opportunity and was able to take advantage of it.
He’s looking forward to the next project / workshop!’
Education and art project clients include:
- Artes Mundi
- Arts Council Wales
- Bishop of Llandaff High School
- Barnardos Cymru
- Cardiff and Vale College
- Cardiff Metropolitan University
- Coleg Sir Gar
- Communities First
- Craft in the Bay
- Craft Angels
- Criw Celf Cardiff
- Green City Events/Green Squirrel
- Groundwork Caerphilly
- Llandough Hospital
- Made in Roath
- Model House Craft & Design Centre
- Newport children & family services
- Ysgol Plas Mawr
- RCT young carers
- Sanctuary Newport
- Shire Newton Primary school
- Specialist Models
- Surestart Wales
- Trebannog Project
- Tros Gynnal Plant
- United Welsh Housing
- Wales Dynamo project
- Welsh Government
- Whitchurch High School
- Women’s Arts Association