EAS – Embroidery Demo w/Artist in Residence Noelle Hamlyn

Thursday, April 25, 2019 - 1:00pm

An opportunity to observe Artist in Residence Noelle Hamlyn investigate the art of free motion machine embroidery. She will demonstrate machine embroidery, drawing with thread and surface design techniques being applied to various fibres including fine papers and fabrics. She will also sample contemporary lace effects through the use of water soluble plastic.
With a background in craft, textiles, fine art and costuming, Noelle Hamlyn is fascinated with materials and process – seeking a balance between conceptual ideas and technical execution. Based in Mississauga, her work has been shown nationally and internationally and is held in permanent collections such as of the Cambridge Art Gallery, the Japanese Paper Place, the City of Mississauga Culture Division, and the Cleveland University Hospitals.
She is CoArtistic Director of Frog and Hand – an interdisciplinary collective of performance and visual artists. Through Frog in Hand Noelle explores her love of costume, scenography, and multi-disciplinary artistic collaborations.

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