Thursday, February 12, 2015

Aurora Bora Luna PAS technique

 This was a Post I wrote back in March 30, 2010 when I was the VA/NC/SC/GA regional representative for Studio Art Quilts Association .   We had a wonderful Gathering at the Imperial and a class teaching this at the little wonderful church across the street.  Where we had a show in tell and lots of fun trying our hand at PAS.  Ways I had not thought of to use my technique were experienced that day .

I have had many people ask me what is PAS...it stands for Poor Artist Silkscreen and that is as far as I can go as it is a technique I will be teaching and hopefully getting published in a magazine.  However that said I will be teaching this class at the SAQA VA/NC/SC/GA regional meeting on April 10th in Rocky Mount, NC
The meeting will be open to fiber artists who would like to attend to hear more about SAQA: Studio Art Quilt Associates and organization that is 21 years old and who goal is to promote the Art quilt medium , develop understanding and educate and support Art Quilters in our endeavors.

For more information  about classes please email me @ Fairygodmotherarts1@gmail.com

4 comments:

Robin said...

Lorri,
I will be at the meeting in April. I look forward to meeting you and learning your technique.
Love the tree.
R

Tammy Freiborg said...

Gorgeous and mystical. Love the colors and stitching. Congratulations on your ten etsy sales!!

Lorri Lee Chambers said...

Thank you both for your great comments.

Robin looking forward to meeting you too.

Tammy working on some new designs now...Love having my etsy store.
Hope you and the family are doing good.

norma said...

Wow, it looks terrific! I'm looking forward to learning more about your technique.

Why I create (my new name Lorri Lee Glennon)

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Hobbsville, North Carolina, United States
Having been a artist literally all my life, I love color and dimension.I learned to sew at age 10 , by age 13 started a stuffed animal business, which grew into a collectable Teddy Bear Business for 15 + years. I opened my own bead store specializing in Spontaneous Creation classes and love to teach everyone they could be creative and open the door to their imagination.I recently returned to one of my favorite art forms taking photographs my father gave me my first camera when I was a child and I have loved photography ever since. I took professional family portraits and weddings for the first 5 years living in the Outer Banks, I am now shooting Family portraits again and sharing my love of the Outer Banks through my blogs. Be creative, walk in faith and never give up....It all happens in God's time