Paste Paper & Book Making
December 14, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM$75
Paste paper is a painting technique that allows you to quickly and creatively create decorative papers. The acrylic paint is mixed with a wheat based paste that is then spread in thin layers on a piece of paper. While it is still wet you draw in it with different tools, creating marks and textures which are then layered on top of each other. Once the layers are dry the papers can be used for any number of different projects: book covers, holiday wrapping paper, greeting cards, small framed images. It is easy, fun and addictive!
PASTE PAPER MAKING
with Abbie Read
Saturday, December 14
10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
$65 or $58.50 with member discount
Members receive class discounts! Check out our membership program here.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Abbie Read received a B.A. in Studio Art and Art History from Oberlin College in 1978, followed later by a M.F.A. in Mixed Media from the School of Art at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. MI. Following the pursuit of yet another degree, this time in Landscape Design, she and her husband Bart relocated to midcoast Maine where her 10-year-old landscape gardening business, ARTgarden, is thriving. Abbie has taught painting, drawing, printmaking, 2-D and 3-D design, and presently teaches workshops on artist books, bookbinding, altered books, and art journaling.
Register by filling out the form below or calling the office at (207) 338-2222. Enroll early to ensure a spot! Partial scholarships are available. Find out more about our scholarship program here.
NOTE: You will receive confirmation when you have successfully submitted the registration form. Your registration is not complete until payment has been received. Please try to register no later than one week prior to the first meeting of the class. All classes have minimum and maximum enrollment thresholds, so early registration will improve the chances of a class running and of your slot in it! Minimum enrollment for this class must be met by December 1 in order for it to run.