Rose Wong will be presenting on her five day class Bold & Blended – Chunky Capitals and Minuscules in Belgian Bister Inks with Amity Parks.
Other Conference attendees will also share their work.
The Art Deco Rose
with Margaret Cottle
Margaret will be sharing a simple technque she learned from Gemma Black for creating these lovely stylized roses. Gemma was happy to let us share this technique with all our members.
Margaret will provide handouts and a small piece of good paper for a finished product
Supplies to Bring
- Water Container
- Small pointed brush
- Pencil, Ruler, Eraser
- Practice Paper
FOUNDATIONAL FOR BEGINNERS AND IMPROVERS
with SUZANNE CANNON
Foundational Hand is one of the earliest letterform of the miniscule alphabet. It dates back to ther 10th century, but was mde popular again in the early 20th centuery by English calligrapher, Edward Johnsron. Learning the structure of these beautiful letters is the focus odf this class wirth Suznne Cannon , and will open the door to many possibilities.
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ITALIC FOR BEGINNERS AND IMPROVERS
with SUZANNE CANNON
Italic script was deceloped by the Italian humanisrs in abut 1400 from antique Latin texts and inscriptions.Irr is a sloping, light bodied, compact, and almost cursive style of letter that is extremely redable and widely used. This beautiful hand is one o the essentials for all calligraphers to master. Suzanne Cannon will teach you the special nuances to help you learn (or improce) this graceful, useful letterform.
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AGM / BAKE SALE / POINTED BRUSH SNOWFLAKE
As you can see this will be a jampacked meeting. The most important component is the Bake Sale. This is our one fundraiser of the year. Members who are bakers are asked to bring their donations already packaged and priced to sell. Tables will be out for you to put your goodies on as you arrive. Shoppers – bring CASH! We always have a lot of great baked goods, many would be terrific for holiday entertaining if they last that long! Eveyone is free to browse the tables, but no actual picking up of goods or purchasing will take place until after the AGM.
AGM including ELECTIONS
Elections are for a two year term. We would love to have some new faces on the Executive. Many of the current executive having been serving for many years. Help is needed. Speak to any member of the executive if you are prepared to help. Sharing a current executive member prior to taking you taking on the position is possibility. What can you do to keep our Society vibrant!
We will also need to approve our financial report at this meeting. The report will be included in your copy of the October/November Bulletin, so you will have lots of time to look at it prior to the meeting. Copies will not be available at the meeting.
POINTED BRUSH SNOWFLAKE
with Brigitte Stermann
Brigitte will guide us in making our own snowflakes.
Supplies to Bring:
- Pitt Brush Pen
What a simple supply list! Brigitte will be providing you with a handout.
with Sherry and Wendy
We’ll be making a simple 16 page book. We’ll be providing paper from one of our old archive books. Once the paper is folded it is sewn together with a simple pamphlet fold stitich. We hope you will use this book to keep track of our calligraphic year.
Calligraphy Tool Box
What are considered basic supplies? What things are nice to have? Sherry and Wendy will be showing you some of the things in their tool boxes and giving you a chance to try some of them out. This is your chance to try before you buy!
Exercises for Calligraphy with Jennifer Isobe
We're not talking about drawing ovals or practicing pressure and release here. We're talking about exercises for your body so that when you are busy doing calligraphy you don't have to deal with sore muscles! Jennifer will take us through some simple exercises that we can all do at home prior to and during our time spent at our desks. After we've done some beginning exercises, we'll look at Freestyle Minuuscules with Wendy Cowley These fun minuscules are drawn letters with relatively wide interior spacing to allow for lots of fun decorations. We'll first draw our letters with a pencil and then go to town with adding embellishments! Midway through we will stop for another short exercise session. Hopefully, we will all find that when we make time for exercising we don't have sore muscles when we finish. Supplies to Bring: Pencil Ruler Eraser Fine Line Pen (e.g. Pigma or Staedtler fineliner or similar) 2 sizes are nice if you have them.) Paper (marker paper or bond paper or ....)
USING YOUR PILOT PARALLEL PEN
Have fun at WOOL on Saturday and then spend Sunday learning at more depth. The Pilot Parallel Pen is a versatile tool that sometimes seems intimidating. Learn the ins and outs of this pen and how to use it.
More details coming soon.