Event type: All Ages
Join Charlie Dalton as he talks about his unorthodox journey to becoming a rug hooker. He will focus on his mentors and the artists from whom he draws his inspiration. Charlie will also spend some time talking about his animal portraits and the characteristics that he believes make for a great portrait.
About Charlie Dalton:
Charlie Dalton was introduced to rug hooking through his mother-in-law while he was teaching Spanish at the University of the South in Sewanee, TN. Being a constant doodler and lover of tesellations, he was drawn to the geometrics that she was creating, and after asking how to pull his first loop during a Christmas break in 2016, Charlie was off and running. Presently, he is having the most fun seeking inspiration in the interplay between colors and geometric shapes. Being a teacher in his former life, Charlie really enjoys being back teaching as he shares his love of fiber art with others, and he hopes to continue doing more teaching in the future.
Learn more about Charlie and see his work on Instagram @thehookingcolonel.
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Cutoff is Wednesday, February 16, 2022 10:59 am EST unless it sells out earlier.