Medieval Illuminating Techniques
Wednesday, July 7 at 9:00 AM CDT
All Skill Levels Welcome
Gilding • Painting
Learn how to select and analyze historical art styles for use and adaptation to contemporary artworks. Students will discover the process of using fine detail through mixing and layering colors along with using gum ammoniac as a gilding medium. This class is a 2 days-4 sessions. You and I will work together to create a beautiful illuminated letter by the end of our four sessions.
This class is a 2 days-4 sessions.
You and I will work together to create a beautiful illuminated letter by the end of our four sessions.
• You will need a Design drawn very lightly, inside the confines of a one inch square. (The less graphite the better.) This should be centered on a larger piece of paper for final display.
• Designer’s gouache in a basic pallette of colors. Either pan or tube colors.
• Gum Arabic
• Fine brushes and a couple of old ratty brushes for mixing colors.
• 90 lb or 120 lb Hot or cold press watercolor paper.
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The Unconventional Pointed Pen
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Itty Bitty Books
In Search of the Essential
Beginning Copperplate Script
A Letter and a Rectangle
Buttonhole Art Journal
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Season Leaves Booklet
(M) Learning to Sketch Out Celtic Knots
(M) Learn to Sketchnote!
Pointed Brush for Beginners
Loosening Up With Calligraphy & Paint
(M) A Handwriting Called Petrarch
CAROL MEASURES SCOTT
(M) Captivating Color in Calligraphy
The Art of Miniature Painting & Lettering
(M) The Techniques and Secrets to Raised Gilding
ELMO VAN SLINGERLAND
Broad-edged pen: Roman Capitals
Colorful Lettering Composition