Nov 3-6, 2021 Karen Trembreull Workshops
“As a fiber artist focused in basketry, my medium is derived primarily from the environment. I am continuously inspired by the abundance of natural material that surrounds me and find myself driven to experiment with barks, roots, and fibers that seem to lend themselves to textile applications. Care and patience are necessary for the gathering and processing of the materials. I enjoy combining traditional basketry applications with other historical fibers arts and metalworking techniques such as: piecework, lace making, and fabrication. My basketry forms are a celebration of the harmony that is intertwined between these materials and traditional methods.” Karen Tembreull
We are excited to announce that Karen Tembreull is coming to Reno to teach November 3-6, 2021. Karen is the owner of
Barks & Roots Basketry located in L’Anse, Michigan. All classes are $45 for members and $55 for non-members and are
limited to 12 students—there will be a waiting list once the class fills. If you are a non-member and are taking more than one
class, please consider becoming a member @ $25 for priority registration. Please pay the class and material fee at the time of
registration to reserve your space in the class. Checks can be made out to GBB. Bring to a meeting or mail to: GBB, PO Box
11844, Reno, NV 89510. Please contact or Karen Olson at email@example.com or Lorrie Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org
if you have any questions concerning the classes or registering for these classes. If you are coming from out of the area,
accommodations may be arranged, contact Karen concerning.
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Apple in the Pine (Material fee—$85) Level: Intermediate / Advanced The base begins with a vintage spigot handle, threaded with Cedar bark. Twine the base with waxed cotton cord and iris leaves to upright. Using thinner Cedar and wider Willow bark learn the fun and challenging Japanese knot weave. A basic braid track border completes the piece. (4” x 4”)
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Remember, GBB offers grants to members to help offset cost of attending classes, workshops, conferences or the retreat. The application form is available on our website. You may contact any of the grant committee members: Betty Hulse, Susan Lester, and Karen Olson for further information.