Above: Promotional image of Bravo School of Art's Kimono: Southern California Style workshop. Courtesy image of Bravo School of Art.
Using simple materials and techniques inspired from ones used more than 600 years ago, decorate 14” wide fabric with designs using textile paint and brushes. Learn about the significance of certain motifs, patterns and color that reveal the wearer's gender, age, status, wealth and taste in traditional Japanese Kimono.
Create your own meaningful, symbolic narrative to tell your story on the fabric panels. Bring your sewing machine to sew the painted fabric to create your own kimono-like jacket. Materials list provided upon registration.
Fridays, October 11 - 25 1 - 4pm
Location: Bravo School of Art, 2690 Historic Decatur Road San Diego, CA 92106 Google Map