Ana Buzzalino fiber art

Ana Buzzalino

From Mark Making & Sketch to Stitch

October 21 - 27, 2018

Medium: Fabric

Level: All Levels

5-Day Studio Class

The biggest challenge for an artist who wants to break from a traditional design or pieced work and try something different and work on an original design is where to start. Where to find inspiration? And once found, how to develop it into a theme that could become a body of work? Working on a sketchbook with paper and other media, students will develop ideas while exploring principles of composition and design. Students will then translate their ideas into textile pieces. 

Ana Buzzalino is a fiber artist and quilt instructor living in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. She has taken numerous workshops with renowned quilt and fiber artists throughout the years to improve her skills. She has also attended various classes at the Alberta College of Arts and Design.

Ana has been a teacher on a variety of quilting techniques for the past 30 years. Some of the recent workshops have focused on free-motion quilting, and on surface design. She is currently working on a new series of work that includes mixed media. She is a frequent contributor to Quilting Arts Magazine and Quilting Arts TV. Ana’s quilts have won several awards at local and national shows, and have been juried into major International shows.

Ana Buzzalino fiber art
Ana Buzzalino fiber artist
Ana Buzzalino fiber art
Ana Buzzalino fiber art