Deanna Maich-Kohler - the driver but I take passengers!

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Environmental Artist Deanna Maich-Kohler is a registered teacher and offers environmental workshops in her local region of Atherton. Her workshops are available as one on one of group over most holidays. The include: eco dyeing cloth, natural dye painting, upcycling clothes, hapa-zome (hammered plant prints). "The lack of legislation around plastics and toxins in landfill and our marine world can be overbearing. Changing our language and habits are things we can do to make this world more liveable for future generations" Deanna delivers workshops not only focussing on new skills, but investigating where we source our arts supplies, the role we play in maintaining a healthy environment, and how we can influence others with environmental choices. Deanna has an undergraduate degree in languages and theatre, a diploma in arts and a Graduate Diploma in Education. She is one of the founding members of ACAC - Atherton Childrens Art Club, which was established in 2014. She has recently (Dec 2017) illustrated three of her sister's books - Bianca Begovich.

Monday, 21 August 2017

Butcher's Creek Mural I and II

Catastrophe Scale and High 5, great models for social and emotional learning. Yearning to do more:)

Wearable Art Winner at Atherton Show gets 2nd place at Ekka

My eco-dyed rags travelled to Brissy and came back with 2nd prize for Ekka. Thanks to my flamboyant model for all her effort in strutting her stuff on the stage. May encourage me to do more in the field. Watch out tired old woollen blankies!