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David Heustess is an artist and arts educator in Nashville, TN and his work makes use of clay, fiber arts and bead work. After many years of working as a modern dancer/teacher, David began pursuing his interest in pottery and other art mediums. He attended the Appalachian Center for Crafts and in 1995 he earned a BFA degree with studio concentrations in clay and fiber arts.
$90.00 / 30 minutes
John C. Campbell Folk School, Fiber Arts, Shibori
Jen Swearington is an enthusiastic, high-energy, knowledgeable educator with twenty years’ experience in surface design and a lifetime devoted to working as an artist. She has operated Jennythreads, an independent handmade fashion studio and crafted a creative living since 2003. She is the author of Printing on Fabric: Techniques with Screens, Stencils, Inks, and Dyes published
$50.00 / 60 minutes
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