Here are some titles that may be of interest to you. DVDs contain eBooks and other PDFs as noted per title. A wonderful way to see a workshop without the need for internet connection. All of our DVDs are set to "Universal Playback".
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BATIK OF JAVA: A VISUAL JOURNEY
Written by Andrew Galli & Daniel Gundlach
Filmed by Andrew Galli
Join us on this visual feast of Indonesian textiles as we explore several working studios on the Island of Java. 'Batik of Java: A Visual Journey' explores the world of batik from early 'Nitik' dotted patterns through contemporary explorations in fashion and installation art.
A wonderful introduction into batik wax as a resist on paper + fabric with the author of several books on batik, Rosi Robinson. Ideally suited for beginners to the fascinating world of batik, with loads of possibilities for creative projects and hours of fun.
In Cloth Doll Inspirations, Patti Medaris Culea provides a variety of creative ideas for cloth doll makers. Working one doll body 3 different ways, Patti explores a variety of methods and processes for creating dolls that are unique as their creators.
Patti Medaris Culea explores and shares the world of Cloth Doll Making in this exciting 2-Disc DVD from Studio Galli Productions. Nearly Five (5) hours of step-by-step instructions in how to make cloth dolls that are as unique and individual as you are. Includes bonus extra image sets, doll patterns and hi-res images.
This DVD Workshop is ideal for learners interested in adding some bling to their doll making projects, wearable art wardrobe, or just looking for a fun and easy project to do. Loads of project ideas and tips and tricks towards getting the most from your jewelry making.
In Silk Painting for Fine Artists, Master Silk Painting Artist Natasha Foucault combines her love of travel, photography, teaching and fine art as she creates fine art silk paintings. Seascapes, cityscapes, landscapes and still life are covered in this colorfully rich workshop from Galli Publishing.
What could be more exciting than to develop your own fashionable silk art wearables. And this course from artist Natasha Foucault is the ideal place to start. Four wearable silk art projects are included to ensure a broad range of interests and techniques are covered, as well as loads of inspirational images from Natasha's collection over the years.
Expanded and updated for 2017, this edition includes the eBook and additional projects available in the online edition. In Part One we explore the variety of ways that you can use Soy Wax with dyes and a resists. For Part Two we move beyond by adding greater depth and complexity with the addition of dye, stitch, embellishment, discharge, silk screening and more.