11:00 am to 5:00 pm
Karen Sullivan will discuss the various materials one can use to create a beautiful, functional brush. She will share her history of various brush makers that have taught, inspired, and educated her in the art of brush making. Karen will provide fur and bamboo, along with the tools and materials needed so YOU will be able to create a number of brushes to take home.Saturday, April 29th, 2017
“My interest in brush making started about 25 years ago. My skills have evolved from techniques borrowed from fly fishing, wrapping the fishing rod and splitting the base where the ferrel/brush end is located. There has been an evolution, although I still have somewhat humble techniques. I am most interested in the line I am able to develop with the brush. So, each choice in animal fur and construction of the handle will influence the line one is able to make.
I am more interested in a calligraphic line, the dragging of pigment/glaze. An early painting class I had was based on the wisdom of exploring the potential vocabulary of the brush. The is still true in influencing the marks one makes.”
$125.00 for NON-AMOCA Members
$75.00 for AMOCA Members
$65.00 for currently enrolled AMOCA students and AMOCA docents
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