Kibble Palace, Glasgow Botanic Gardens, 730 Great Western Road, G12 0UE
A chance to see a demonstration of Eco Printing in the Beautiful Kibble Palace with artist Elisabeth Viguie Culshaw from The Lansdowne House of Stencils.
The Glasgow Botanic Garden dating 1817 offers the visitors a wonderful tree trail to view the unique tree collection and a magnificent Kibble Palace erected in 1873 by John Kibble a Scottish Engineer. This is one of the most favourite venues of the Glasgow West end.
Eco Printing is a natural printing technique where botanical material is used create a pattern on paper or fabric by transferring natural pigment/tannin through close contact.
We will spend two hours experimenting the technique of Eco Printing in the Kibble Palace using the botanical material harvested in the Botanical garden. We will take a short walk around the garden to identify the trees giving the best leaves used for the technique.... and marvel at the result.
Meet at 10 am at the entrance of the Kibble Palace with Artist Eco Printer Elisabeth Viguie Culshaw from The Lansdowne House of Stencil. Elisabeth runs a studio in the Glasgow West end where she both study and works with Eco Printing. She runs regular courses and workshop in Eco Printing.
Details about future workshops can be found on www.thelansdownehouseofstencils.com
Fri 14th, 10am-12noon; 120
Booking is essential - Fully booked
Metered parking available.
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