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FRCQ presents national artist workshops. Registration is open to FRCQ members. Workshops are held in several locations across the Colorado Front Range area. FRCQ is hosting the following workshops in 2009. For more information about how to register for our workshops, please contact our Workshops team.

Stamp-o-rama and Mono Print Palooza -

Date: Saturday, May 9, 2015
Time: 9:30am – 4:00pm
Place: Boulder Arts Association, 4800 Baseline Rd B-103, Boulder CO (at rear of shopping center, next to Meadows Library)

Teacher: Jeanne Gray

You may sign up electronically (no form required) or via US Mail with the paper form.

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Jeanne’s work has been juried into Quilt National and Quilt Visions. She is an inspiring artist, generous teacher and free spirit. Her carefree and whimsical approach to making art printapaloozaphotois infectious and fun!

About this Workshop:

It’s a stamp and print party with Jeanne Gray as we learn her techniques for making beautiful and unique art fabrics. Jeanne will cover 3 different ways to make our own stamps. She will then teach us how to use these stamps, in conjunction with mono printing, to make gorgeous fabrics. This fun filled day will leave you with some serious art fabrics to add to your stash.

Deborah Fell – Paint, Stitch, Create Quilts

Deborah Fell

September 17-19, 2015 at the Longmont Museum

Deborah Fell REGISTRATION

Registration will begin on June 15, 2015

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If you’re looking for a workshop to stretch you gently out of your comfort zone, this class provides the perfect opportunity.

Work with a different approach, a different format, and different materials to create pieces of art on a new level. Using pads of canvas paper, you will create small art quilts that can work in a series. Emphasis will be on using design elements—line, shape, color—to make each piece relate to the others. A variety of techniques/materials will be employed, including paint, layering, mixed media, stamps and stencils, paper, found objects, stitching, and organic mark-making.

Dorothy Caldwell

September 15-18, 2016

Details coming soon!