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1-Day Workshop | Fibers: Wet Felting & Needle Felting Imagery - January Session

*Price includes a $60 Studio Fee for all materials provided.

Class Description:

In this workshop, students will learn how to wet felt a surface using techniques of agitating wool with soap and water. Each student will create an image on their wet-felted surface, using wet felting and needle felting techniques. This imagery can range from abstract colors to a landscape, or an imaginary world. With the help of the instructor, the student is open to making an original felted piece with the option of working with a large range of colors.

What to Expect:

During class time, students will create from 1-2 finished wet felted and needle felted works. Students do not need any prior knowledge to attend this class. The project involves active movement and agitation of wool using various materials.

Class Cancellation Policy:

If a class or workshop needs to be cancelled due to inclement weather or teacher illness, a “make-up” day will be scheduled on a SATURDAY as the educator’s schedule allows.


All materials will be provided for students and are included in the price for this workshop.


Samara Johnson is a Laramie-based interdisciplinary artist and educator at University of Wyoming and various locations across the Front Range in Colorado. She was born and raised in Moose Pass, Alaska, and received her Master of Fine Arts in Drawing and Painting at University of Colorado at Boulder and her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drawing and Painting at Sonoma State University. She currently creates dimensional wall works, which often include materials and imagery that speak to the interconnectedness of humans as emotional animals. This interconnectedness is portrayed as visceral revealing of the body, attesting to the importance of the body's vulnerable nervous system and how it becomes a translator for the body's environment to the inside of a person. Johnson's work has been exhibited across the nation at University of New Mexico - Valencia, Union Hall in Denver, Colorado, University of Colorado Art Museum, and Healdsburg Center for the Arts in Healdsburg, California.

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