Advanced Paper Marbling Workshop
260 Spring Rd, Malvern, PA 19355, USA
Workshops Reopening with Health Precautions
Historic Sugartown is delighted to once again offer in-person Book Bindery workshops. Because of necessary COVID-19 safety precautions, the number of participants will be limited to maintain proper social distancing. Tickets must be purchased online in advance.
Workshops are limited to 4 persons maximum to allow for social distancing.
For everyone’s safety, all participants and instructors are required to wear a mask throughout the workshop. Anyone refusing to wear a mask will not be allowed to join the workshop and will be offered a refund.
All participants must abide by social distancing procedures.
Separate materials and tools will be provided to avoid unnecessary contact between participants.
For the safety of our visitors and staff, any participant with visible signs of sickness (cough, etc.) will not be allowed to join the tour and will be given a refund. Please stay home if you are sick.
Certain spaces may be inaccessible to ensure proper social distancing.
ADVANCED PAPER MARBLING -- HISTORICAL PATTERNS WORKSHOP
Marbling is the art of floating and designing watercolors on a base fluid then permanently transferring the design to paper. It was developed by the Persians in the 15th-century.
This advanced class covers common uncombed patterns from the first half of the 19th century and earlier. We will use modern pigments as well as explore the grinding and making some of our own pigments as we learn Shell, Stormont, Glouster, Italian Hair vein and other period combed patterns.
Participants will take home their finished papers. Marbling students who take the bookbinding courses may use their papers for book covers.
Cost per Person: $110/Adult (Ages 14 and above) Anyone age 14 -17 must be accompanied by an adult participant.
Class size is limited to 4 people.
Length of Class: Typical class lasts about 5 hrs
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