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Mallory Zondag

Workshop: Mossy Patch Latch Hooking with Mallory Zondag

Regular price $75.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $75.00 USD

Instructor: Mallory Zondag

Date: Sunday, Sept 17, 2023  1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Explore and learn the meditative art of latch hooking during this three hour workshop.

Using your hands and a crochet hook you will learn how to create a rug style textile and create a textured piece of art reminiscent of a mossy patch of forest floor you can hang in your home. 

These textiles will be carved and sculpted to mimic undulating mounds of moss and will be ready to hang as is, or place within a frame for display by the end of the workshop.

Special for this workshop, many of the fibers used are sourced from our local Charlton sheep farms and hand-dyed by local artisans using locally sourced materials! Browns from black walnuts, pinks from strawberries and deep yellows from onions to name a few.

Cost: $60.00 workshop instruction, $15.00 materials

Location: Main Street Studio, 786 Charlton Road

Skill level: beginner/intermediate. 

Ages: 13 and up. 8-12 with parental assistance.

Questions: email


About Mallory Zondag: 

Mallory Zondag is a Mixed Media Fiber artist and artist educator. She graduated from Pratt Institute with a BFA in Fashion Design and her work has been exhibited in both solo and group shows in New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia and the Ukraine. She has been an artist in residence at The Allentown Art Museum, The Wassaic Project and many schools and community organizations. During many of these residencies she has led community art programs where felted wool living walls are collaboratively created with students of all ages and abilities. She was commissioned to create the sensory space for Artsquest's Accessible Arts program and was recently commissioned to recreate a component of one of Amalia Mesa-Bains's installations for her retrospective at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive. Mallory currently travels around the Northeast teaching workshops, leading community art programs and installing shows.