Making Fine Art Papers is an introductory workshop that will introduce participants to the fundamentals of making handmade paper, hand marbled paper, and paste papers which are used in hand book binding, card making, and making boxes.
This workshop is part of the new Fall 2017 Workshop Series in Book Arts being offered by The Art Legacy League in our new home at the JB Young Opportunity Center, 1702 North Main Street, Davenport, Iowa. Through December we will be offering one Saturday workshop each month. Other upcoming workshops are Introduction to Calligraphy, instructor Amy Nielsen, and Introduction to Brush Writing, instructor Paul Herrera.
You can see the complete Making Fine Art Papers workshop description and register online through our secure Eventbrite site by clicking HERE. PLEASE NOTE we do not anticipate the workshop being cancelled for any reason, but if it should happen, everyone registered will receive a full refund.
We can accept only 12 registrations for this workshop, so do not delay. This is a rare opportunity to learn the history and fundamentals of these three areas in a one day workshop! Participants will take home approximately 25 sheets of various papers to use in their own projects as well as a course note handout with instructions and reference information to continue producing their own fine art papers at home.
The photos shown here are from past "Making Fine Art Papers" workshops I have offered in the US and Canada.
|Preparing to remove the deckle from the mold, forming the sheet.|
|Papermakers in the workshop.|
|George from The ALL Board of Directors making Suminagashi papers.|
|Making designs in colored paste applied to paper.|
|Combing the colors for hand marbling pattern.|
|Hand Marbling paper combs made by Nancy Trottier.|
|Paul, Chairman of The ALL Board of Directors, making Suminagashi papers.|
|Pulling a sheet with wire watermark design added to the mould.|