Learn techniques for marbling paper that will stimulate your senses and allow you to create unique, abstract works of art using everyday household items. Starting with color theory, Kimberle Frost will teach us how to make beautiful designs using the ancient art of floating and designing watercolors and transferring them to paper. An easily repeatable creative project that yields beautiful results every time! The first five people to sign up will receive marbling kits sent to them by the Membership Committee (IIDA NE members only).

About our special guest speaker: Kimberle Frost has over 25 years of experience as an independent consultant offering services in textile design and styling, color consultation, and textile marketing in both the contract and residential markets. Frost is recognized for her broad range of design and technical expertise along with her strong color sensibility. Her portfolio includes work for highly regarded companies such as Robert Allen, Duralee, Mayer Fabrics, Momentum, Arc Com and Ultrafabrics. She was also Vice President of Design at Designtex for over 6 years where she was instrumental is shaping the design direction of the company. In addition to work with major jobbers and furniture manufacturers, she continues to contribute her design expertise and color vision to many domestic and foreign mill sources. Frost formed her consulting studio in 2014 specializing in design, color and marketing for a global audience. She is a member of Association of Contract Textile and of the advisory board for the Museum of International Folk Arts annual design summit. Frost has two children and lives with her husband, a ceramist, in New York. She loves to cook, entertain and feed her passion for color and design through her extensive travels and hobbies.

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Friday, July 16, 2021

12:00 - 1:00 p.m. EST
Via Zoom

Registration has now closed for this event. 


If you are not one of the first five IIDA NE members to sign up and receive a complimentary kit (you will be contacted by a committee member if you are), and you would like to purchase your own, Kimberle has recommended this kit that is both affordable and has all the tools needed for the workshop.

 Please note: audience photographs, screenshots and/or video may be taken at this event. By nature of your attendance, you are granting permission for your image, voice and likeness to be used for marketing purposes.