An Interview with Helen Richman
An Interview with Helen Richman - RSN trained embroiderer, designer and teacher
Date: Thursday 18 April 2024
Venue: Guild House, 565 Canning Highway, Alfred Cove.
Cost: $20.00, includes drinks and nibbles
Helen Richman is a RSN trained embroiderer, designer and teacher - bluebirdembroidery.co.uk
She has taken on commissions in the past from The Royal Mail, Jo Christoforides Bridalwear and Ely Cathedral as well as creating art pieces for private commission. She has had articles published in "New Stitches" and "Stitch" magazines and has written “Stumpwork Embroidery: Techniques and Projects”, published by Crowood Press. Helen regularly teaches day classes for the Royal School of Needlework at Hampton Court Palace and their Bristol satellite centre as well as assessing the work of Royal School of Needlework students. She has taught a series of successful day classes on behalf of the Royal School of Needlework overseas at both the Williamsburg School of Needlework, Virginia, USA and at the Toronto Botanical Garden, Canada.
While she is here in WA teaching, she has kindly agreed to be interviewed. So join us and learn what motivates Helen to embroider, what’s her favourite technique and much more.
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