Lectures

 

Tracey Lawko speaking at Homer Watson House & Gallery

Tracey offers 3 stimulating lectures for groups of all sizes interested in fibre arts, quilting, embroidery, textiles, and creativity. These inspiring 60-minute slide lectures are packed with images of her fibre art, quilts and embroidery. In addition, Tracey brings samples of her work for participants to see up close and she is happy to answer questions. She is comfortable speaking to small-sized groups as well as groups of 500 or more.

To assist group organizers, Tracey provides her own computer and digital projector. The meeting room should have dimmable lights, projection screen, microphone, extension cord, and display tables.

Contact Tracey to inquire about availability and fees.

One Stitch at a Time   NEW!

How do you DO that? How long does it take? Why textiles? Repeatedly asked these questions, Tracey walks participants through the answers. Focusing on her representational fibre art, Tracey shares her process for creating her very detailed and realistic artworks.

Two sides of the Quilt   NEW!

Fear, doubt, uncertainty, hope, determination, rejection, acceptance, surprise, joy and elation are all emotions related to entering juried shows. An embroiderer, quilter, longarmer and textile artist, Tracey’s work has been juried into numerous national and international shows. Tracey draws on her experience, both as an entrant and as a certified quilt judge, to demystify the process and encourage others to enter.

Sources of Inspiration

Tracey reveals how her textile art has developed – inspired by childhood interests and continual experimentation. Her finely stitched landscapes celebrate the beauty of rural Ontario. Her dimensional still-lifes combine modern longarm stitching with traditional hand embroidery. As Tracey presents her journey from hand embroidery to quilting to fibre art, she invites participants to consider their own Sources of Inspiration.

Contact Tracey to inquire about availability and fees.

Testimonials:

“Thank you for sharing a wealth of skills and knowledge.”
– Judith Veinot, Etobicoke Quilters Guild

“It was our pleasure having you as our guest speaker; for showing what inspires you and giving inspiration to our guild members.”
– Terry Alder, Windsor Quilters Guild

“Thank you for the great presentation tonight. You have certainly set our creative juices flowing.”
– Linda Stephen, Lakeshore Quilters Guild

“Thank you for your inspiration to continue efforts to be creative!”
– Donna Pree, Niagara Heritage Quilters Guild

“Just a note to thank you, once again, for the marvelous lecture and slideshow you presented to our Guild yesterday.”
– Cecile Lavas, Gwillimbury Quilt Guild

“Thank you so much for coming to our guild. We all really enjoyed your presentation!”
– Joyce Winger, Halton Hills Quilters Guild

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