May 14-15, 2016
from 10 – 4 pm each day
Instructor: Elsah Cort
Held in Three Rivers, California.
Class size is limited to 4-6 persons.
This workshop will introduce you to making paper, using various materials including recycled paper, dried plant materials, flower petals, and scraps of this and that. We will learn about the process of simple paper-making, producing paper that can be used for other art projects such as collage, or simply as an artwork in itself.
We will make our own moulds and deckles, the screened frames used to make paper. Using blenders, we will make our paper batches and learn how to include color and other materials to add texture and interest. It’s a slightly messy process, so wear comfortable work clothes. We will work inside and outside, enjoying the natural panorama of the foothill canyon.
Registration fee is $165, early-bird* rate is $150.
Personal checks, MC, VISA and Discover accepted.
Call 559-561-4671 to register.
Registration fee includes all papermaking materials—frames and screening for making mould and deckle, vat tray, sponge, paper scraps and flower petals. Blender will be provided for use by everyone. You can also bring your own flowers petals, paper scraps and other inclusion materials.
Lunch will be provided each day.
Directions to studio will be given with registration.
*To qualify for early-bird rates please register,
by April 29 for workshop on May 14-15 .
A refund, minus $50, is given for cancellation two weeks prior to workshop.
All workshops can be scheduled for specific dates on all days of the week, if you have a minimum of four persons registered. Consider scheduling a private workshop as a way to gather with friends for creative fun or to celebrate personal special events.
Workshops are open to everyone…not “just” artists.
Fun is the prime directive.