"I always love finding new applications for my illustrations and this process just felt "right" to me. Intuitive, flexible, freeing. If you ever get a chance to learn from Tierney, take it! She's such a generous and warm teacher."
- Rachel Beckman, after spending a beautiful day in the "Enchanted Wonderland" Workshop at Squam Art Workshops 2018
Sweet Dreams Workshop
Join textile artist Tierney Barden at Owego Street Makery in Cortland, NY for an afternoon with textile paints and herbs! This beautiful two hour workshop moves at an easy pace to enjoy the various elements that go into creating a good night’s sleep and sweet dreams. Explore textile paint techniques for your unique pouch, then let your nose guide you to mix your signature herb blend. Herbal lore adds to the fun! Before bed, slip your dream pouch under your pillowcase, close your eyes and breathe deeply.
Sweet Dreams Workshop
July 20, 2019
1:00 - 3:00PM
Owego Street Makery, Cortland, NY
THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW CLOSED. CHECK BACK FOR ADDITIONAL OFFERINGS.
All materials provided.
Ages 16 and older.
For directions: www.owegostreetmakery.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tierney is a quilt designer and natural dyer in upstate NY. When she's not designing, she's happily making progress on personal pieces such as art quilts and hand stitched garments. Having earned her BFA from NYS College of Ceramics and Design at Alfred University with a concentration in drawing and painting, Tierney brings her painterly style, love of pattern and storytelling to her work today.
Learning the ancient art of shibori dyeing at Arrowmont in 2006 was Tierney's first exposure to hand dying fabric. From there, she went on to make her first art quilt which was shown in the 2008 Quilts=Art=Quilts juried exhibit. She has been published in Quilting Arts Holiday Gifts Magazine 2013 and 2014. Teaching and speaking venues have included Squam Art Workshops, Quilters Consortium of NYS and area quilt guilds. For three consecutive years, Tierney has participated in a long distance teaching experience with The Palouse-Prairie School Midsummer Night's Dream project. Her naturally dyed fabrics were most recently featured throughout the projects in Karen Lewis's book Wabi-Sabi Sewing. Today, Tierney dyes, teaches and sells her wares.