Want to be part of the Earth Day Everyday ethic? It’s as easy as getting dressed or going to the grocery. Make over a used (good condition) fabric shirt or bag in this fun class with like-minded enviros.
During about a 1 1/2 hour online live workshop, professional artist Linda Zolten Wood, will guide participants through the creative painting process. Plenty of live ideas and help is part of the deal and you will produce a personal design while having alot of fun !
A portion of the class registration will benefit Ventura Sierra Club. NO class registration is refundable (all registration is received as a donation).
REGISTER EARLY HERE SO YOU HAVE TIME TO OBTAIN SUPPLIES IN ADVANCE (Recommend 4-6 WEEKS)
RSVP ‘YES’ to get the zoom link (and pre-register for zoom)
CLASS MAX SIZE is 12
Supply list (please have on hand when the class starts):
4-6 colors small bottles, one should be white or pearlescent white
Best quality is Lumiere by Jacquard from local art craft stores or get online at :
One number 10 round
One number 6 round
One thin liner brush
Springy polyester type (not floppy soft type)
One or two sponge brushes 1″ or 2″
Inexpensive brushes from local craft store work fine, student grade ok
One or more CLEAN canvas bags or shirts
Water cup and cotton rags to clean brushes
Mixing plate or palette
Thin masking tape or regular tape and scissors
Cookie cutter star or other simple shape
Used newspaper ads or drop cloth for protecting your work surface
Optional: inspiring photo or pattern
(See an example set up in the event photos below)
Questions on the art supplies? PM the event manager to contact the artist.
So what if thousands of us did a shirt or bag makeover? It might become a trend and really reduce the impact of textiles on the environment.
Remember ! Class fee is not refundable. Be courteous and change your status if you cannot attend and let someone else on the wait list in.
A slide show of Ms. Zolten Wood’s work will be shown at the end of the class and additional 25% of any sales will be donated to Ventura Sierra Club.
Artist Linda Zolten Wood lives a philosophy “Art For All” as a teacher to anyone who wants to paint, regardless of economics or education. She extends the life of shoes, bags, and coats with exquisite artful paint designs. See more of her work at the FB page: Collinwood Painted Rain Barrel Project. Ms. Zolten Wood was Cleveland’s ‘Sustainable Hero Champion’ Award at their 2014 Sustainability Summit as well as an ‘Unsung Hero and Change Maker’ at Cleveland’s 35th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Ceremony in 2020. Follow her work at :
FB: Zolten Wood Design