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[BKARTS] marbling workshop in Iowa City, IA USA



paper marbling workshop
with steve pittelkow
saturday & sunday, september 27, 28
10 am - 4 pm
uicb paper studio - 29 nh
university of iowa center for the book
iowa city, iowa

discover the fascinating decorative paper technique known as marbling. Thinned paints are floated on a thickened bath, then combed or raked into traditional or contemporary patterns. The resulting monoprint is both beautiful and useful. Vivid color and intriguing designs are hallmarks of this magical process. Patterns may be duplicated or editioned easily and the process requires no specialized tools or materials. There’s a little science but much room for creativity and experimentation.

steve pittelkow is a decorative paper artist and bookbinder living in Minneapolis. He has taught at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Penland School of Craft and the University of Georgia Cortona, Italy program. His papers are in collections and artists’ books in U.S. and Europe.

fees $110.00 ($90.00 for UI Students)
to register contact Julie Leonard
julia-leonard@xxxxxxxxx 
319 351 4847
note In the case of a cancellation, fees will be refunded only if we can fill your place in the class.


students should bring an apron and wear comfortable shoes that can possibly get wet. Materials and papers will be supplied; however you are welcome to bring your own papers if you wish to experiment with them.

sponsored by the book arts club & university of iowa center for the book


Emily Martin The Naughty Dog Press

251 Manchester Lane
Iowa City, IA 52245 USA
319 338-5741

http://www.emilymartin.com
emilyjmartin@xxxxxxxxx

The University of Iowa Center for the Book
emily-martin@xxxxxxxxx

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