QU 2019 – Saturday and Sunday July 27 & 28 – Squiggle, Line and Dot – Susan Purney Mark

 

Susan Purney Mark

Class description:

In this workshop we will use a variety of methods to create marks on both paper and fabric. Using unusual tools, inks and paints we explore line, pattern and composition that we can use as personal symbols and our own unique language.

The first day will be focused on play and a variety of exercises that will be freeform and FUN! We will work both large and small, we can share ideas and be inspired by each other! We can create unique and unusual marks on fabric!

On the second day we will begin to cut up our fabrics, reassemble, collage and discover the exciting designs and ideas that you have made. Amongst the ideas we can explore are simple book covers, pages for folios, scrolls and books, collage and compositions and some additional marks to add into our work with needle and threads.

We can combine this work with other fabrics and papers for presentation as books, work for further exploration or as finished pieces.

Kit Fee – $15.00 – additional paint, handmade brushes, sketchbook for covering and watercolor paper for pages

Supply List

Find Susan at (click on each link):  Website     Blog    

Registration

Workshops are open to both guild members and non-guild members. Because the cost of the workshops is subsidized by members’ dues, non-members are asked to pay an additional $15 per workshop day. Member registration will open Monday March 18, 2019. Non-members will be able to register for all 2019 workshops after May 1, 2019. Workshop registration policy.

Members: $150 + $4.65 credit card processing fee

Non-Members: $180 + $5.55 credit card processing fee

Online registration is available for both members and non-members. Mail registration instruction will be on the registration page.

See the complete GAAQG Workshop Registration/Refund Policy for more information.

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Questions?

Contact our QU Registrar at quregistrar@gaaqg.com

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This post was written by Kathy Johnson