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Jeff, you’re the champion. This woman rocks! 😉
Can you tell me about scheduling a private workshop in Western Washington? How many students are needed to form a class? What is the cost to hire you as a teacher? Do you have access to a teaching classroom? Or do we need to organize the teaching space? Please get back in touch as a number of people in my painting group are interested in learning to make books. Thank you, Mary Scheibler
Thank you for signing up for my workshops!
Yes, I will be teaching the matchbox structure workshop. Arbutus said it will appear on their registration page soon. Keep checking back with their web site. I have been watching for it, too, and I will contact you as soon as I see it on the registration page.
I look forward to seeing you in class!
The Matchbox Structure workshop is now on Arbutus’s registration page. Hope to see you there…
Great admirer of your work’s complexity and scale, and your August class @ The Morgan would address both my very limited experience with sewn bindings and my complete lack of experience with boxes. It’s pretty much a dream com true, but I wonder how much experience you assume of your students. Hope you can answer soon. Thanks for listening! judith
Thank you for your kind comments. I look forward to meeting you in class.
I cut most of the materials for the class, so you will do very little measuring. If you are good with tools and have a familiarity with paper crafts, you will do fine in this class.
I’m so glad you signed up because it is challenging, but the result is a conversation piece you can show off to your friends!
I am interested in your one week workshop at Arrowmont in October. My art endeavors include fiber (printing, collaging, sewing etc), printmaking, ceramics, felting etc. I am retiring after a 40 year career in science and want to make something artistic with my scientific journal articles. Your boxes with books would be a wonderful way to do this. I have no bookmaking experience though. Would the Arrowmont workshop be appropriate. I live in NJ.
It sounds to me like you have enough experience with paper art and craft for this workshop. I cut most materials ahead of the class so you won’t be doing much measuring.
Thank you for your interest. I hope to see you in class!
I’m now signed up and rarin’ to go! Thank you.
Hey there..Tansu looks like wonderful piece!
I love your work! I have a technical question: Do you plan for the thickness of the (final) pieces before you make the model, or do you make the model and then make the finished pieces to match it?? I think the variety of papers you use must make the thickness of pieces hard to keep track of! Wow! You must indeed be passionate about your art.
I am an out-of-town member of NORBAG, wishing I lived closer!!! ..Andrea Penn
I always build a full size model first. That works out any structural or design problems. I didn’t used to made models because I was impatient to “get it done”, but now I always do and it saves me a ton of heartache and time and materials! Thanks for asking!
I can’t sign up for your magical matchbox structure at Arbutus on the weekend of June 27, 28,29. Is it being offered or is it another typo? Please advise. Thanks!
Love your work! A bunch of us gals wonder if you will ever teach a hidden box class anywhere in New England? Burlington Vermont is a wonderful college town and probably would support a class. Even check out Fletcher Farm School for the Arts in Ludlow Vermont. I’m sure they would love to host you!
hallo! this is wonderful ‘paper-work’! do you – by any chance- give courses in Europe? thank you for coming back to me.
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