On March 12, 2016 the Society for Calligraphy & Handwriting (SCH) will be sponsoring the workshop, “Pointed Pen Variations – Uncial with Brigitte Hefferan” in Renton, WA.
Come and explore the advantages of using a pointed pen to create new and exciting letter forms. Using a few basic strokes, students will create patterns and designs to loosen up and then create a playful “uncialized” script. Unique projects to inspire you! All levels of lettering artists are welcome.
Brigitte Hefferan teaches calligraphy classes at the Frances Anderson Center and at ArtWorks in Edmonds, Washington; and Letters of Joy, the regional letter arts annual event sponsored by Write on Calligraphers. She travels with her pen to offer workshops to calligraphy guilds. As a freelance artist she explores ways to combine her passion for lettering with watercolors, oils and other mediums.
For more information and the registration form, please view the workshops page on our website. Please join us for this fun and educational workshop. We look forward to seeing you there!
The Society for Calligraphy & Handwriting’s (SCH) next meeting is on Thursday, January 21st, at 7pm. It will be held at First Presbyterian Church of Bellevue in the Upper Campus in room 105. Please view our meetings page for the address and directions.
Anne Bingham will lead this month’s meeting demonstrating how to make two booklets, a Double Accordion book and a 6 layer Tunnel book. We will use fun heart-shaped rubber stamps to decorate the pages of the beautiful double accordion book. It will dazzle your friends! Perfect gift for a birthday, Valentine’s Day or any time you want to make someone feel special.
Then Anne will show us how to make a 6 layered tunnel book—an impressive Valentine gift and a playful, interactive structure. These models you make will be great to give as is, or use them as a template for your calligraphic wonders. Please bring cutting mat, craft knife, scissors, and double sided tape. No supply fee.
Enjoy participating in an optional raffle for $2.00. We welcome visitors who are interested in learning more about SCH. We look forward to seeing you there!