Gift certificates are available for our upcoming workshops!

LDBA-Brooklyn, NY
Check out these workshops for kids and adults! Give the gift of creativity this Holiday Season.  XOXO LDBA LOVES YOU.

LDBA-Brooklyn, NY

BOWS + ARROWS FOR KIDS AGES 4 and up $75
About the Class: 
Your kiddo will learn the basics of how to make decorative arrows and a bow taught by LDBA founder, Sara Moffat. All materials are provided.THIS IS OUR FAVORITE KIDDO CLASS!

Date: Saturday, January 21

Time: 1-3 pm

Location: at LDBA Brooklyn 240 Division Ave. at Marcy, Williamsburg, 11211

Duration: 2 hours

Class Size: 10 People

Takeaways: Your own handmade, original, functional and decorative arrows.


ARROW MAKING WORKSHOP FOR ADULTS: $95

Students will learn how to make their own decorative arrows. The workshop includes painting 3-5 arrows and simple and functional arrow assembly. The bow and arrow have been around for thousands of years and have served us traditionally as a way of providing food, protection and recreation. Aim to be among the ranks of Artemis, Genghis Kahn, Robin Hood and Legolas. Perfect for everyone, these stunning arrows make a unique and beautiful gift.

Date: Saturday, January 21

Time: 4-6 pm

Location: at LDBA Brooklyn 240 Division Ave. at Marcy, Williamsburg, 11211

Duration: 2 hours

Class Size: 10 People

Takeaways: Your own handmade, original, functional and decorative arrows.

Instructor: Sara Moffat

BOTANICAL STUDIES IN WATERCOLOR: FOR KIDS $75
About the Class: In this 2 hour class, we will study flora and fauna and visually re-create images in pencil and watercolor. Join the ranks of Darwin as you learn how to observe, identify and replicate nature. Learn to measure, enlarge, draw, transfer and either paint or render an accurate illustration using colored pencils and watercolor
. Students will gain valuable techniques and sources to continue study on their own.

Date: Saturday, January 28

Time: 1-3 pm

Location: at LDBA Brooklyn 240 Division Ave. at Marcy, Williamsburg, 11211

Duration: 2 hours

Class Size: 10 People

Takeaways: Your child’s own original Botanical paintings and Illustrations

BOTANICAL STUDIES IN WATERCOLOR: FOR ADULTS $95
About the Class: In this 2 hour class, we will study flora and fauna and visually re-create images in pencil and watercolor. Join the ranks of Darwin as you learn how to observe, identify and replicate nature. Learn to measure, enlarge, draw, transfer and either paint or render an accurate illustration using colored pencils and watercolor
. Students will gain valuable techniques and sources to continue study on their own.

Date: Saturday, January 28

Time: 4-6 pm

Location: at LDBA Brooklyn 240 Division Ave. at Marcy, Williamsburg, 11211

Duration: 2 hours

Class Size: 10 People

Takeaways: Your own original Botanical paintings and Illustrations

Instructor: Sara Moffat
LDBA-Brooklyn, NY

BUNDLE DYE WITH FLOWERS FOR ADULTS: $95 FOR KIDS $75
Students will learn bundle dye techniques, using dried and fresh flowers and plants, and producing their own stunning, naturally dyed results.

Date: Saturday, February 4

Time: 1-3 pm KID CLASS $75
Time: 4-6 pm ADULT CLASS $95

Location: at LDBA Brooklyn 240 Division Ave. at Marcy, Williamsburg, 11211

Duration: 2 hours

Class Size: 10 People

Takeaways: Your own handmade, bundle dye silk scarf, plus one item of yours to bring home.

Instructor: Sara Moffat

About the Artist: Sara Moffat is an artist and designer as well as the founder of L’Ecole Des Beaux Arts (LDBA), a fine arts institution in Brooklyn, offering classes, workshops and fine artist supplies for adults and children.

Gift Certificates are also available for anything in our shop, as well as CAMPS and AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS! 

 

We threw a bundle dye baby shower!

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And it was so fun! We met the parents to be in a previous LDBA bundle dye class, taught by the beautiful and amazing Cara Marie Piazza.

For the shower, participants chose adorable white baby clothes, and got to make their mark on them with fresh and dried flowers, herbs and bark! The results are stunning, for inquiries on YOUR baby shower or Holiday Parties, contact us!

Photos from Field + Supply 2016

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Here’s a first peek at Field+Supply with photos by Karine Bontemps.
The weekend was magical and filled with good friends, food, music, and wonderful students and customers! Thank you all who taught and sold and bought and learned and helped! More photos to come.

XOXO LDBA loves you.

FIELD + SUPPLY WORKSHOPS: OCT 7-9 2016

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Fire Cider with Lauren Giambrone:  Friday, Oct 7 at 4pm

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Color Theory Workshop with Hops Petunia:  Saturday, Oct 8 at 10:30 am

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Handmade Hair Accessory with Mark Kolski:
  Saturday, Oct 8 at 12pm


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MQuan Disk Wall Hanging: 
  Saturday, Oct 8 at 1pm

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The Scented Wardrobe with Common Good:
  Saturday, Oct 8 at 3pm and Sunday, Oct 9 at 1pm


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Basic Leatherwork with Will Lisak
:  Saturday, Oct 8 at 4:30 and Sunday, Oct 9 at 2pm


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Make your own Decorative Arrows with Sara Moffat
:  Sunday, Oct 9 at 3:30 pm

For a list of all the workshops we are offering, and to sign up click HERE.http://www.fieldandsupply.com/workshops/

We created our own country for 5 days. Farm Camp 2016

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All photos by Riley Salyards. Food by Danny Newberg. Kiddos  from the best parents ever. Staff straight from heaven.

For the last 4 years, we have created our own country on the top of Mark Firth and Bettina Schwartz’ sheep pasture in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts. When we arrive to set up, 4 days before camp, the pasture is rolling hills of wild thyme and lush grass. With birch and maple saplings, we construct our worlds: The tipi is raised Blackfoot style by Bryan Norvelle and Mark Kolski,  and then we set up tent world, kitchen world, dish world, magic world, art world, poop world (yep). When campers arrive, camp looks like scenes from ‘Out Of Africa’ and ‘Moonrise Kingdom’.

We awoke every day with the sun- some campers earlier than others (Daisy was the earliest riser)! We’d quietly make a fire, putting the early risers to work, cleaning camp and doing dishes, setting up for breakfast, tending to the fire, collecting eggs and water; with the reward of being first in line for breakfast.  After eating homemade granola with raw milk from Blue Hill Farm, topped with luscious berries and fruit from neighboring farms, campers would do their dishes and prepare for the day; swimsuits under LDBA t-shirts, shorts, hats, a backpack with 4 essentials (sunscreen, water, notebook, pencil).

Artist classes in the Tipi, survival school, sacred arts, medicine cards, yoga, cooking school, herb school, and lots of free time to run wild in the wild thyme… then an incredibly delicious lunch in Best Made bowls; daily herbal tea made by Jessa and the campers, dishes, and then SWIMMING (!!) in Lake Garfield every single day. We’d return to camp to play and help prep for dinner, practice whittling, draw, go check out the sheep… then long pants and long sleeve shirts and tons of bug spray as those blood sucking skeeters came out around sunset. Dinner was gobbled up by the fire, then dishes, sticks collected in anticipation of S’MORES..but first, story time, or jokes, or the Military Alphabet… Bed time happened after marshmallows as the darkness settled, campers falling blissfully asleep after being outside all day. The week seems to expand time, and then suddenly it’s over.

These photos capture the magic and beauty and FOOD (!!) of our LDBA Farm Camp, (more to come)! Thank you Riley, and thank you to everyone who co-created this world- we miss our tribe like wildfire.