Kachina Leigh

Kachina Leigh is a nationally recognized fiber artist and educator. Her work is included in the Lark publication 500 Felt Objects as well as Uncovering Fashion: Fashion Communications Across the Media. She is a state-juried member of the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen and a member of Surface Design Organization. Her studio is located at the GoggleWorks in Reading, PA. She earned a B.A. in English and French with an Art History minor at Albright College; she received her Master’s in Art History from Temple University and her MFA at the University of the Arts. Ms. Leigh has participated in a variety of educational programs that have enabled her to study textiles in Bahrain, Japan, Mexico, Qatar, South Africa, Turkey and numerous countries in Europe. She has shared her love of shibori throughout the United States and most recently, through a series of workshops in Oaxaca, Mexico.

Workshops

Shibori: Shaped Resist Dyeing

This class will introduce you to shibori, the ancient Japanese dyeing technique that utilizes a variety of methods – wrapping, tying, stitching, folding, twisting – to create richly textured patterns […]

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