408: Eco Printing on Leather

Learn how to print clear botanical images on leather using leaves, flowers and mordants while preserving the softness and suppleness of the leather. We will work with several types of leather some of which are able to be sewn on a domestic sewing machine.

You will be amazed at the clarity of the prints and the colours obtainable using these techniques.

Course Code: 408

Time: 9.30am – 4:30pm  

Dates:  Monday 8th & Tuesday 9th January

Cost: $250

Suitable For: Beginners  

Ages: 18+

albany summer school

Penny Jewell

Penny Jewell has had an ongoing, all-consuming obsession with both plants and textiles for several decades. Her main interest is in exploring the possibilities of using plants as a dye source. She is particularly interested in the dye potential of Australian flora as most of the local plants have never been tested for their colours.

Her work is sold in many Australian galleries. She has been teaching her dye techniques throughout Australia for several years and she has both studied and taught overseas.