S11 - Natural Soap Making - Aug 12, 2018


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S11 - Natural Soap Making - Aug 12, 2018

Dates: Aug 12, 2018

Class Times: Sun 11am-4pm

Instructor: Bonnie Gale

Open Studio: None

In this one day class, students will have the opportunity to make healing old-fashioned soap while learning the history of soap making. Each student will learn how to make soap and go home with 10 pounds/30 bars of wonderfully colored and scented soap. Learn the healing qualities of different options for your soap including castile, goat’s milk, oatmeal, herbs and various combinations of essential oils. Please wear old clothes or bring an apron. This class is a lot of fun! A list of simple supplies to bring to class will be provided.

Material Cost: $89

About the Instructor:

Bonnie Gale has been a traditional willow basketmaker and willow artist for the past 33 years. With degrees from the University of Manchester, MIT and SUNY-ESF, she engages in spatial design and containment. In the last 8 years, she has been building living willow structures. Her work has been published in House and Garden, Vogue Living, Early American Life and Fiber Arts magazines. In 1999, she was awarded a NYFA Artist Fellowship and in April 2010, she appeared on the Martha Stewart Show. She wrote her first book “Living Willow Form” in 2014. Her main web site is www.bonniegale.com.

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