Postponed until October!

Instructor, Lynne Brotman

These are dolls made to represent different emotions, characteristics, seasons, archetypes (compassionate mother, warriors), traits they would like to express or emulate, using various clay components and textiles. All supplies are provided, ages 18+ are welcome.

About Lynne:
Artist Statement:
Symbology is the study of past and present symbols that have become engrained in our being.  Symbols signify our existence and our connections with the world around us illustrating feelings such as, “I have been here,” ” I believe this,” and “I am like others.” They mark the roadmaps of my work, both in their presentation and in their interpretation by the viewer. Symbols determine the colors and mediums I incorporate into each piece.  Building layers of rich color, through mediums such as dyeing, fiber manipulation, printing, and/or mark-making, I set about on a journey where I develop my own personal symbology.  My vision is to give voice to our stories and experiences through the tactile medium of fiber.
Education:
MBA Marketing and Entrepreneurship, Southern Methodist University
BA Social Science, Colorado State University
Two year Master Fiber Program, Jane Dunnewold, San Antonio, Tx
Japanese residency in Fujino, Japan with master Shibori artist
Mexican residency in Oaxaca with The Arquetopia Foundation – Weaving
Weaving Apprentice in Teotitlan del Valle, Mexico with master weaver, Bulmaro Perez
Assistant Director of Hartman Rare Art Gallery, Dallas, TX
Appraisals for St. Louis Art Museum, Japanese Collections
Teaching and Lecturing History:
  • Teaching Artist – Fearless Dyeing, Shibori Dyeing in Studio, Austin, TX
  • Dallas Fiber Art Association, Teacher and Lecturer, Dallas, TX
  • Artists 916, C0-founder and Communications Director, Austin, TX
  • SDA, Surface Design Association, National Marketing Director, U.S.A.
  • ASPCO, Austin Screen Printing Cooperative, Education Chair, Austin, TX

Lynne Brotman

  •  May 20, 2023
     10:30 am - 4:00 pm