Shibori Watercolor Painting Workshop

by Hillfolk

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Saturday, April 4th


Experience the beautiful looks of watercolor painting and indigo Shibori dyeing all at once. Join Tram Colwin as she teaches how to combine the designs of Shibori dyeing with watercolor painting. This two hour workshop will cover a variety of watercolor techniques to create designs that mimic the beautiful art of Shibori dyeing.

This workshop is designed for beginners. Participants will leave with fundamental watercolor skills, as well as the artwork they create in the workshop!  All the materials will be provided. 

 All participants will receive 20% off all purchases at Hillfolk the day of the workshop. 

Artist bio: Tram Colwin is the artist and designer behind Tram Colwin Art, where she creates custom artwork, prints, and stationery goods. Growing up, Tram always had a love for art and took every art class that was available in school. This led to her earning a Bachelors degree in Fine Arts. After completing college, she worked full time in with a non-profit and created private commissions on the side. In 2016, Tram began pursuing her art more fully, and launched Tram Colwin Art as a full-time business. Over the past three years, her business has expanded to include workshops, where she gets to combine her love of art with the fun of teaching it to others. Her work has been featured on, and in magazines including FLUX Hawaii and At Home Arkansas. She is also one of the 5 founders of the Creative Social Retreat, a gathering space for anyone who seeks a nourishing environment to make artwork and expand their creative skill set. When she’s not in her studio, Tram enjoys spending time with her husband, her family and her pup, and exploring the Ozark trails.

For cancellations, or to switch a date, we require 72 hours notice before the start of your class in order to receive a refund or store credit. Please note that we cannot offer a refund OR store credit if you are within the 48 hour time frame. If you need to cancel a class or switch a date and the 48 hour deadline has not passed, please email us at to do so and we are happy to help.
You acknowledge that crafting often involves the use of electrical equipment, irons and sewing machines, as well as needles, scissors and rotary cutters and that the use of these tools include risks that can lead to injury. You agree to release and hold harmless Hillfolk, its instructors and employees from any and all claims and liability related to any accident that may arise as a result of your or your child's participation in classes, workshops, or programs.  You agree to first aid and/or medical treatment, should the need arise.