Suminagashi: Japanese Paper Marbling

Suminagashi: Japanese Paper Marbling

80.00

Class Dates & Times:
- Saturday, September 15, 2018 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Instructor: Ashley Limés Castellana

Suminagashi is the Japanese art of paper marbling by floating sumi ink on the surface of water. In this 3 hour intensive students learn about the basics of this centuries-old monoprint technique, including which tools and materials it requires. Students will come away with 8 sheets of marbled paper and two cotton 22” x 22” handkerchiefs of their own design. This unique method of marbling is perfect for any water loving paper or natural fabric based projects and can easily be incorporated as another layer on your existing prints and artwork! All materials are provided by SSP.

Instructor Bio: Ashley Limés Castellana holds a BFA in Printmaking and Art History from Temple University and has nurtured her printmaking skills with organizations such as, The Print Center, Second State Press, The Fabric Workshop and Museum, The Women’s Studio Workshop, Space 1026, and as a Textile Printer at Galbraith & Paul. She is currently an Educator at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Implementing the mediums of drawing and printmaking, her artistic practice focuses on the language of architecture and geology in order to create environments which promote a connection with ourselves and the external world.

Class Cost & Material Fee: $80


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