In this lecture, I talk about my work as a visual artist, and how there are similarities to how I now work as a quilter.
David’s journey from stitching paper, to stitching fabric
This talk starts with a review of my stitched paper artwork, which I have been creating for over 20 years. I give examples of where I get inspiration, and what my process is like. I first print my paper using a monotype technique, then sew many layers of printed paper together with a sewing machine.
I then talk about how quilters can find inspiration in the world around us, and how my journey as a maker has taken me from gallery artist into the world of modern quilting.
This lecture ties directly into my online workshop, Stitched Paper Collage.
Available via Zoom!
This live stream lecture is available to book using Zoom technology. It is 1 hour long with up to 30 minutes for Q&A. I would be happy to arrange this presentation for your guild or artists’ group, please contact me for details. I also will give this lecture in person, when we are allowed to meet again.
Contact David to book this lecture for your guild.