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Small is Beautiful!


Wednesday, 25 April 2018 at 9:00 am - Friday, 27 April 2018 at 4:00 pm (AWST)

Small is Beautiful!

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Small is Beautiful!

A fabulous 3-day workshop with Jette Clover & Peta Lloyd

In this workshop you will be working in a small scale, encouraging spontaneity to your work and developing your intuition.  Using paper and textiles you will create two and three dimensional collage constructions.  Your focus will be on visual communication and transferring your personal narratives through colour, texture, stitch and stain.  The concepts of less is more and 'wabi sabi' will be explored through working in a series, studying form and content, and presentation and perception.

Jette and Peta are from different backgrounds with similar sensibilities.  You will have the benefit of combined knowledge, experiences and opinions of two artists.  Some of you may remember Jette from Fibres West 2017.

Learn more about Jette Clover's work at and Peta Lloyd's work at 

This workshop is for WAFTA members only (as a benefit of being a member) and the EARLY BIRD rate will be open until 10th March... so get in quick, this is sure to be popular!  

If you have a friend who would love to do this workshop with you please ask them to first sign up as a member at WAFTA.COM.AU.  Once their membership is confirmed they will be welcome to book a place on this workshop, subject to availability.

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Wednesday, 25 April 2018 at 9:00 am - Friday, 27 April 2018 at 4:00 pm (AWST)

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The Western Australian Fibre and Textile Association (WAFTA) was founded in 1995 and is a dynamic and progressive group with passion, enthusiasm and talent that reflects the growing interest and appreciation of textile and fibre art within the community.

WAFTA’s members include both established and emerging artists who between them employ a diverse range and combination of fibre and textile processes incorporating combinations of traditional, contemporary and experimental techniques. There is also an increasing crossover of textiles and other mediums, with glass, digital print, digital projection, ceramics, metal and the natural environment – to name but a few.

WAFTA’s objectives include increasing the understanding of the potential of fibre and textiles through exhibition, whilst encouraging the highest standard of design and craftsmanship.

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