Framing Workshop with Brandon Pederson
August 1, 6:30 - 8:00 PM
Fort Worth Community Arts Center
As part of our partnership with The Fort Worth Community Arts Center, Art Tooth will be hosting a series of workshops pairing professional artists with local up-and-coming artists to elevate their practice.
Go behind the saw with Art Tooth’s Installation Coordinator, Brandon Pederson to learn how to frame your own artwork at a framing workshop hosted by Art Tooth with Fort Worth Community Arts Center. Brandon is the man behind the scenes who’s woodwork and design talent can be seen at some of your favorite businesses including Taco Heads, Tokyo Cafe, and Bee Knees Hair Studio as well as art creations such as Waffles the Arts Goggle puppet and the popular selfie staple the block-man in front of Kent & Co. Brandon will go through an in depth presentation of how different ways to build all kinds of frames for your artwork, including a float frame.
Tickets to Art Tooth workshops are $10 and can be purchased here, or you can purchase an Artist Season pass for entry to all 4 workshops and future critiques for $35. Click here to read a full list of artist season pass benefits.
Space is limited. We can’t wait to see you!
Brandon Pederson is the founder and owner of BrotherSisterDesign which is a Fort Worth-based woodworking design company. He has worked on many local projects including but not limited to: Salsa Limon, Taco Heads, and Ampersand. In addition to being an artist himself, he has also built frames for artists such as Hillary Dohoney, Jeremy Joel, and Jay Wilkinson.