#4020 Western Papermaking: Pattern, Texture, Form - with Anne Covell, June 22-23

$ 250.00


 

This two-day course will introduce students to the fundamentals of Western papermaking with emphasis on techniques for creating patterns, textures, and sculptural forms through manipulation of pulp and substrate. We'll explore how to add inclusions and embedments in wet pulp, as well as how to texture sheets by casting on objects and using material restraints in the drying process. Additionally, we'll explore the use of high-shrinkage pulp in wrapping armatures, dipping objects, and contorting embedded forms as they dry. By working over two days, students will have the opportunity to see how materials dry and react by adding layers, building upon forms, and exploring processes in greater depth.

Western Papermaking: Pattern, Texture, Form. June 22-23, 2019

There is a $40 materials fee

About the Instructor | Anne Covell

Anne Covell received her MFA in Book Arts from the University of Iowa Center for the Book where she studied on an Iowa Arts Fellowship. She has taught courses in bookbinding, papermaking, and natural dyeing for the University of Iowa Center for the Book, as well as the University of Georgia study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. Her work has been exhibited throughout the United States and abroad and can be seen in a growing number of special collections libraries and museums worldwide including the Yale University Arts Library, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the National Library of Chile. She currently resides in San Diego, CA.

Workshop Refund Policy: Students must submit a refund request at least 7 days before the start date of a class to be issued a full (100%) refund. Requests submitted between 7 days and the start date of a class will be eligible for a 50% refund. No refunds will be issued on the day a class begins, or following the first class (if it meets multiple times).

Classes missed by students cannot be refunded or rescheduled, and makeup classes will not be provided to students who miss a regularly scheduled class. Classes with insufficient enrollment may be cancelled prior to the first class. Every effort will be made to notify the student regarding cancellation within 3 days before the first class.

If BookArtsLA cancels the class, the student will receive a full refund.


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