Strung by Shawna is an Ohio based string artist and studio that provides fun string art experiences and projects that ensure you'll "NAIL IT" (pun intended)!
We understand that not everybody has the time and space to create. At Strung by Shawna we make it simple for you. We will inspire you and provide a solution tailored to your needs, including:
Creating a beautifully crafted custom string art piece
Classes led by a professional instructor
Organizing a custom event for all of life's celebrations (birthday parties, bridal/baby showers)
Providing fun and creative team building experiences for corporations, festivals or conferences
Offering all-inclusive DIY projects you can do at home with video tutorials
Access to a wholesale catalog for retail sales or teaching in your own art classroom
No matter your skill level, we will be there with you as you try new things. Let’s have some fun and make string art!
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Everything is broken down into easy steps - verbal, written and visual. The goal is to learn proper techniques to incorporate in to harder projects.
I have a BA in Arts Management and previous work experience as a product designer/illustrator at Oriental Trading Company.
Projects range from $25-$50 and all DIY kits have technique videos included.
My first string art class was in Feb 2016 after customers who had ordered my made projects inquired about learning my craft. To date I've had just shy of 11,000 unique students take a class with me.
Aged 3-81, male and female. Projects can be adjusted to any skill level and capability.
In November 2019 I was the featured artist at a large craft show with 40,000 people in attendance. We had hourly workshops where people could come and do a make and take string art project. We had 400+ people sit down to make during the three day event and sold another 600 DIY kits to attendees.
Look at their personal work as an example of what you can expect to learn.
If a person knows what type of learner they are - visual, written instruction, etc. it is a good thing to let an instructor know so that adequate materials can be provided. Also if a student has attempted the medium before it is good to share. My techniques are different so I like the opportunity to explain why I teach something a certain way.