Woodcut Prints & Rustic Jewelry Hangers Workshop
Join me for an evening of woodprint and woodcraft exploration at Heirloom Cookshop in Snoqualmie, Washington. Discovered by artist Bryan Nash Gill, a Woodcut Print is a method of making a stamp of the inside of a woodcut or branch. Each tree's individual story or "fingerprint" is shown through its print. The workshop will begin with a demonstration of how to prepare a cut and how to print, followed by hands on time for students to make their own unique artwork. In the second half of the class we'll learn how to make a dark walnut and brass jewelry hanger. Students will watch a demo and then get to work with pre-stained wood and brass materials (all materials supplied). Wine and snacks are provided during class by Heirloom Cookshop. Students will leave with woodcut prints and their own handmade jewelry hanger.
Learn how to photograph and style food with natural light in this class taught by professional food photographer and stylist Shannon Douglas (founder of Honest Magazine). Shannon will talk about creating a concept, storytelling, working with ingredients and styling images and include a demo of how to build a small set before turning you loose to work your own magic on Heirloom Cookshop-provided food and drinks. Class will conclude with a discussion and viewing of our finished images as Shannon speaks to finding your authentic style and we snack on Heirloom provided snacks. Please note class does not cover basic camera functions. Working camera (DSLR with lens preferred), and operational knowledge of camera, fully charged battery and thumbdrive required. Class takes place at Heirloom Cookshop in Snoqualmie, Washington.