My friend Margie Trembly of Springfield Artworks is holding some wonderful classes. check them out:
Springfield ArtWorks in Springfield,NE to Celebrate their First Anniversary with Special Events and Classes
Springfield ArtWorks, located at 183 Main Street in Springfield, NE will be celebrating their first anniversary on November 4,5 and 6th by hosting nationally recognized fiber and jewelry artists and authors, Kay Kaduce and Rona Horn from Wisconsin. Kay and Rona’s popular book(also written by Judy Jacobs) “The Big Book of Needle Felting” is a popular felting book. They also have authored other art books as well.
The classes are as follows:
Thursday,November 4, Rona Horn
First half day -Knot right now bracelet 11am-3pm class fee $65, materials fee $30
Second half day -Felted bead necklace 4pm-8pm class fee $65, materials fee $25
Lampwork beads will be available (but not necessary) for purchase for both of the half day classes.
Full Day- Wet felt vessel class fee $130, materials fee $40 - 9am-4pm
Friday, November 5, Kay Kaduce
Full Day- Nuno felt scarf class fee $130, materials fee $25 9am-4pm
Saturday, November 6, Kay and Rona
Make and take it flower Nov 6 from 11:30- 4:30pm $8
In addition to the classes, Springfield ArtWorks will be hosting a trunk show of Kay’s and Rona’s work entitled: Wearable Art Trunk Show featuring Kay Kaduce and Rona Horn from October 28th from 1pm-6pm Tuesday-Fridays and 11am-5pm Saturdays until November 20. Closed on Sunday and Mondays. Art pieces will be available for purchase at the trunk show.
On Saturday, November 6, Glenn and Margie Trembley, owners of Springfield ArtWorks will be showcasing their private collection of glass art including works by Josh Simpson, an internationally recognized contemporary glass artist, best known for his infinity project, Margaret Neher nine time Niche award finalist and two time winner, best known for her glass botanicals, Newy Fagan a renowned artist in the kiln formed glass movement, best known for her fused horses. Diana East from the UK, best known for her award winning glass beads,Kevin Smolark, an up and coming glass artist,and Higgins Studio, best known for blazing the path for fused glass using window glass and glass powder and frit. They will also have special pieces that they created for their own collection. This event will be held from noon until 4pm.
The public is invited to attend the open house on Saturday.