The Portland Society for Calligraphy Presents:

Layer Upon Layer

A Workshop with Heidi Stolp
Saturday, November 10th, 2018
9:00AM TO 4:00 PM
PCC Sylvania
12000 SW 49TH Ave
Portland, OR 97219
This workshop is appropriate for all levels.
Tuition: $65 for members/ $90 for non-members
Registration opens October 1st, 2018
(Do not postmark registrations before this date)

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About this Workshop
This event will be a fun experience of learning and exploring techniques and design layout of layers of art and words. You will create several pieces building layers using sumi, tech, and walnut inks, bleach, pastels, silk dyes, gesso, colored pencil, embossing, stencils, resists, and more. Combining various techniques will enable you to find new creative ways to enhance backgrounds and layouts for your calligraphy. In layered art, beautiful unexpected outcomes can result from the exploration process. 
About the Instructor
Heidi Stolp is a mixed media calligrapher living in Eugene, Oregon. Her work incorporates various types of layered mixed media (acrylics, watercolor, graphite, colored pencil, various inks, etc.) with calligraphy, using quotes and poems she finds meaningful.
Heidi has been a member and officer of the Valley Calligraphy Guild for over 25 years, as well as a member of The Art Forum and Emerald Art Center. She has participated in numerous workshops in the US and Canada and also taught calligraphy, bookmaking and mixed media art techniques.  In recent years, Heidi had the opportunity to teach art in public schools and summer camps. Her art has been shown in numerous galleries and businesses. Heidi has also created liturgical arts for churches throughout Oregon.  
Calligraphy informs my artistic expression. Letters fascinate me as elements of art and as the powerful building blocks of meaningful inscriptions.” – Heidi Stolp

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Contact us at:
Ingrid Slezak, Workshop Chairperson

PSC Workshops
1934 NE Hancock Street
Portland, OR 97212