Papermaking: Exploring Embossing (1-5pm)

Saturday May 27

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1:00 PM  –  5:00 PM

All Levels

Ages 16+

Embossing is a technique for altering the surface of a sheet of paper by adding sculptural and dimensional qualities. The process works because paper--especially in the early, wet pulp stage--is malleable; it will embrace and retain an image of whatever object is pressed against it.

Students will learn the basics of papermaking techniques and use  textured fabrics, thread or string, wood blocks, linocuts or collographs, foam core cutouts, leaves and other elements of nature, found objects, etc. to create embossed paper. 

5080 Delmar Print + Paper Studio

$72 | Members Tuition

$84 | Non-Members Tuition

$35 | Studio Fee (applied at checkout)

Instructor: Suzanne Oberholtzer

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