Day 4 was an exciting day of gut experimentation.  We started by looking at and handling some of Pat Hickman’s work:

Then the class got started on all sorts of gut-related projects.  Here are just a few:

Once done, everything goes into the drying closet, where you can see the gut netting, shown above, has dried.

 

I spent the day finishing up a few gut pieces and working on my quilt barn, that I plan to cover in gut.

 

Dinner was an indoor picnic, since we had some rain.  Excellent hamburgers:

 

The studio was still busy after dinner.  While we worked, Pat began a collaboration with one of the other teachers, who is a metal artist.  He made a form in barbed wire, which Pat covered in gut.

Busy day!  Good night!

 

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