Rebecca Wild Class

We are very excited to have Rebecca Wild teach for our guild. On Sat/Sun, November 14-15th she will be teaching “Layering Arts & Letters”. The class will be from 9:30am to 4:00pm in Sequim. We anticipate that this class will fill up very quickly, so get your registration in soon. Information about the class can be downloaded here: Flyer Layering Arts & Letters.

Clallam County Fair

The Clallam County Fair was August 20-23rd, 2015. We had a terrific show and want to thank Brigitte Hefferan for judging our exhibit. On Friday Terry Kruger, Linda O’Neill and Carole Crose made bookmarks for anyone who came by. Following are some pictures of our winning entries as well as the whole exhibit.

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Violet Smythe Classes

We were very fortunate to have Violet Smythe come to Sequim in early June to teach 2 classes. The first day was “Button Alphabet with Parallel Pen” and the second day was “Watercolor Techniques”. These classes were well attended and a lot of fun. Here are some pictures from those classes.

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Fun Program with Kellie Moeller

Kellie Moeller provided the program on Friday at our meeting. She covered 2 different topics: using Citrosolv to alter images from magazines or mailers that can be used as backgrounds for calligraphy and her brush lettering alphabet. We had an opportunity to try out the alphabet and use it to create postcards for seniors. It was a very fun meeting.

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Lorraine Douglas program at meeting

Lorraine Douglas, well known calligrapher and book maker from Canada, will be doing the program at the Friday, January 9th Peninsula Scribes meeting. She will be doing a brief overview of the Frank Lloyd Wright Alphabet.

She is here in Sequim over the weekend teaching the workshop “Slash…Letters Under the Knife”.  If you are interested in attending the workshop, please contact Linda O’Neill.

Susan Longerot’s class was very fun

Susan’s class to make a book using a bronze rod was very fun. We spent the first day making the paper that would be used for the pages of the book. During the second day we took that paper and applied it to museum board for the pages and cover and then bound the book.

Here are some pictures from the class. It includes a photo of the group along with the books that were made. Also are most of the individuals in the class with their paper made during the first day.

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