About The Workshop
Participate in hands-on studio time with Chris Roberts-Antieau as she shares how she takes her art from inspiration to creation, and experience the city with one of today’s most unique artists. $895 a person.
To sign up or for more information, call us at (504) 304-0849 or email us at email@example.com.
A Work Filled With Details
- The majority of Chris Roberts-Antieau’s artwork is fabric appliqué, a process of layering fabric that is cut, fused, and stitched together. She uses a mechanical Bernina sewing machine, manipulating her variety of fabrics through her machine by hand. Another technique found in her work is “thread-painting,” also known as free-motion machine embroidery. This is a process of layering different colors of thread and ‘drawing’ with the sewing machine, creating added elements like texture and dimension. She is also known for her found-object sculpture, incorporating her finds from antique shops and second-hand stores. Her sculptures range from her “Tragic Snowglobes” to her Deer Heads made with old pieces of taxidermy.
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