C10-Rock & Bottle Rain Chain

July 10, 2021

Schedule: 1-5 pm Sat

Instructor: Carole Spelić

Registration Deadline: Jun 28

Description

Rain chains have hundreds of years of history — not only as unique decorative enhancements to home and garden, but also as useful art. And not only creating a pleasant sound, but also channeling rain water from roof to rain barrel or basin. Jamie will provide you with the materials to create your own unique rain chain, 8’-10’ long, using rocks, bottles, beads, chain, charms, and whatever you might wish to add.

Class size 8

Student Supply List
Bring small pointed scissors, exacto knives, and bolt cutter if you have one.

  • Materials Fee $25

This workshop requires a Woodlanders Day Fee. Learn more here.

Instructor

Photo of Jamie Rogness

Jamie Rogness

Jamie Rogness is a highly creative and versatile artist who works in a broad range of mediums, predominently using natural materials. She is a master woodcarver, working with both hand and power tools to create intricate sculptures from tree branches and exquisite designs on ostrich eggs. Her concrete leaf castings are beautifully realistic. She has taught a variety of classes at the annual Woodlanders Gathering at Shake Rag Alley for over 10 years, including handsome, handmade lampshades with a touch of nature.…Read More

Jamie Rogness is a highly creative and versatile artist who works in a broad range of mediums, predominently using natural materials. She is a master woodcarver, working with both hand and power tools to create intricate sculptures from tree branches and exquisite designs on ostrich eggs. Her concrete leaf castings are beautifully realistic. She has taught a variety of classes at the annual Woodlanders Gathering at Shake Rag Alley for over 10 years, including handsome, handmade lampshades with a touch of nature.

Workshops

Rock and Bottle Rain Chain

Woodlanders Saturday

Did you remember to purchase your day fee?

Add the $115 Woodlanders Day Fee for Saturday to your cart, then select as many Saturday workshops as you wish, ensuring that your choices don’t overlap times. Materials fees listed at the end of each workshop description will be added to the shopping cart as you make your selections.

Day fees include: your choice of workshops, lunch, snacks, beverages, and evening activities. Thursday and Sunday registrants are welcome to attend evening events on Friday or Saturday.

Saturday, July 10, Workshop Schedule:

7:30-8:30                    Registration check-in

8:30-11:30       C01     Personalized Walking Stick: Whitt

8:30-11:30       C02     Get a (Rustic) Handle On It!: Wilson

8:30-11:30       C03     Rustic Garden Bench: Kulick & Arendt

8:30-11:30       C04     Silk Scarf Dyeing and Painting: Welch

8:30-11:30       C05     Zentangles: Ristow

8:30-11:30       C06     Soaps and Scrubs: Kulick

8:30-4:30        C07     Woodcarving a Sandpiper: Scheuer

8:30-4:30        C08     Blacksmithing a Garden Bell: Tuftee

11:30-1:00                  Lunch on the Green

1:00-4:00        C09     Burlap and Leather Placemats and Coasters: Spelić

1:00-5:00        C10     Rock and Bottle Rain Chain: Rogness

1:00-5:00        C11     Spirit of the Garden: Kingery

1:00-5:00        C12     Carve a Linocut Leaf: Moninski

1:00-5:00        C13     Gourd/Stone Bowl: Ready

1:00-5:00        C14     Scherenschnitte: Ristow

5:00-6:30        C15     Picnic on the Green

6:30-8:00        C16     Fun Evening Event TBA

Workshop ID 21W191-C10 Catalog See More Workshops in