Adding Colour to Monoline Romans
with Wendy Cowley
We’ll do a quick review of basic Roman capitals and proportions and then we’ll look at a simple technique for adding colour to these letters.
Ruler, pencil, eraser (These are essential for this technique)
Watercolours (Pencils or pan colours)
One piece of paper that can withstand some water (not printer bond) Arches text wove, hot press watercolour paper , mixed media paper or similar.
Graph paper will be supplied.
REVERSED PIANO–HINGE BOOK
with Heidi Stolp
We will be making a book! Heidi has made covers, spines, tabs, cutting templates and inside pages for a book for each of us. Also provided will be glue, beads, thread and the use of needles.
Supplies to bring:
small watercolour brush
X-acto and small cutting board
a few gel pens and watercolour pencils (only if you have them)
black micron (03-05 or 08) or equivilant waterproof black pen
We should go home with a finished book and might even have some decorating done on our pages!
Calligraphy Card Circle
with Susan King, Sherry Springall and Wendy Cowley
Our Circle will start with demonstrations from the document camera for all to see featuring a few different techniques to use with cards or other art pieces.
After the demo’s stations will be set up so you can choose to try a technique or two – depending on the time. There will also be another station that is self explanatory for making another card.
Our Calligraphy Circle is open for asking questions or for guidance from other members on things you need to know.
This should be a fun evening of CARDS, CARDS, CARDS
Supplies to Bring:
Bubbly and Brie: Exhibition Preview and Society Retospective
While working on the Journal, our archives revealed that the first ever calligraphy
meeting was a “wine and cheese” party.
To celebrate our Retrospective Journal, to be issued at the June meeting,
and toast our Through Rose-coloured Glasses Exhibition, we would like to repeat
the theme of the inaugural meeting. We may even have some original journals on display.
WCS will supply the non-alcoholic bubbly and asks members to bring charcuterie style nibbles to share – keeping in mind the ”wine and cheese” theme.
Don’t forget chocolate (or whatever sweets you fancy), because there can never
be too much cheese or chocolate!
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.