SOLD OUT! Discover Series: Diving into Needle Felting with Leah Cathleen Donald

Needle felting is a unique, engaging way to create a piece of art using wool as your medium.  Employing a barbed needle and wool roving, you will create a landscape or flower picture to take home! Along the way, you'll learn about wool, wool processing and correct usage of the materials and tools involved.  Local fibre artist, Leah Cathleen Donald, has been teaching felting for over 14 years and is excited to share her love of this unique art medium with you.  Barbara Leighton believed that every person could be an artist if they found the right medium... perhaps felting is yours.  Join us to find out!  

Audience: This class is suitable for ages 16+ and for all levels of experience.

Supplies: All required supplies are included in this class. If you have an image you would like to use as your felting inspiration, please bring it with you.  We will also have reference photos for you to borrow. Please bring a lunch and a snack to the workshop.

Kits will be available for purchase at the end of the class.  Cost of the kit will be $40 each and will include supplies for needle felting. Cash or cheque only, thank you. 

Registration:

Registration cost: $95 plus GST & Eventbrite Fees*

* or register by phone: 403-931-3633, Tues-Sat, 10 am – 4 pm to avoid Eventbrite fees

Registration closes on Friday June 8th, 2018 at 9 PM

Did you know that Members of the Leighton Art Centre, get 10% off the registration cost of all workshops and kids’ summer camps? Visit our website to find out more about our memberships.

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Artist Biography

Leah Cathleen Donald taught school field trips for over 11 years at the Leighton Art Centre. She left the LAC 8 years ago to start her own company- ArtFelt Studio - teaching felting exclusively. To date, Leah Cathleen has taught over 12,000 children and adults how to felt, using both the wet and needle methods.

"Watching someone work with wool for the first time, seeing their expression as their artwork takes shape, feeling their pride in their creation - these are powerful moments that I look forward to with every class I teach. I am energized by the creative force present in a felting class."