Workshop: Making small vessels

Primrose Paper Arts are delighted to offer our first workshop for 2020 and it’s definitely not one to be missed.

We are lucky to have Louise Gilchrist guiding participants through 2 x half day sessions on how to use their paper-making skills to create dimensional art pieces.

Whatever your experience of working with paper pulp, be you a beginner or seasoned paper-maker, Louise will be demonstrating how to create vessels of differing sizes, shapes and dimensions.
Everyone will form their own unique pieces and embellish them in their own style.

*A note on timing:
This workshop will run over 2 dates, so please ensure you can attend both: Monday 9 & 23 March, 10am – 1 pm.  This is to allow the items to dry between sessions.  However, participants do not have to leave immediately after each class finishes and are welcome to stay and continue working in the studio.

Please visit our Workshops page by CLICKING HERE to read the full workshop outline and to download the booking form.  The link should open in a new tab on your computer.

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2 Responses to Workshop: Making small vessels

  1. avrilleciccone@gmail.com says:

    Oh dear, I thought the workshops were on Tuesdays. My mistake, Mondays are my printing days but will have to sort something out.

    Avrille

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    • Claire B says:

      Sorry Avril, that was entirely my mistake. I originally got the dates wrong by one day each time so it looked like the workshop was on Tuesdays. We only have access to the studio on Mondays, Thursdays and some weekends. I made the correction as soon as I realised. Hopefully you can adjust your schedule and still come.
      Regards, Claire.

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