Eco Printing on Paper Oct 14, 2015

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Eco Printing on Paper Oct 14, 2015

85.00

Ecoprinting on paper is fun and very addictive. In this one day class you will learn how to coax beautiful botanical prints onto a variety of papers. We will explore:  different methods to layer, roll and bind papers; using mordants to improve print quality; incorporating natural dyes; rust and ecoprints; ideas for using your papers.  Plan on leaving with several papers printed with beautiful Autumn leaves. 

10am-5pm

Location: TWIL @ Manitou Art Center

  • Appropriate clothes for dyeing or apron; closed toe shoes
  • spray bottle for water
  •  disposable gloves
  • 2- 6"x6" flat ceramic or porcelain tiles (Habitat for Humanity Restore on Wahsatch Street has a huge variety of tiles at veryreasonable prices. Also try Who Gives A Scrap on West Colorado.)
  •   1- 6" 1-1/2-2" diameter wood dowel
  •  pencil and paper, camera (phone camera is OK)
  •  gallon size Ziploc bag full of fresh leaves and flowers (oaks, maples, roses, coreopsis, marigolds, smokebush, chokecherry, barberry, willow, locust, dark blue delphinium or any other leaf or flower you want to try.
  • 2 packs of large (6") binder clips (office depot brand has 6 clips/pack)

 CONTACT PEGGY AT tdpdadkd123@msn.com FOR ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT SUPPLIES, ETC.

MATERIAL FEE FOR STUDENTS: $15.00

 

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