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LAKE PLACID CENTER for the ARTS

Introduction to Nepalese Pulp-Painting I

with Carol Marie Vossler

$35

In-Person, Sunday, Aug 1, 11:15am-12:15pm for Adults AND kids ages 8+

During this 1-hour workshop you will be introduced to the wonder of pulp-painting! The various colored pulp is produced from recycled tee-shirts. This technique is inspired by the Nepalese paper makers who format their sheets by pouring liquid pulp into large screens that are submerged under water. The screens are then lifted out of the shallow basin and allowed to dry in the sun. Each participant will be guided through the  basic process on how to pour different colored pulp into a submerged screen to create one  Nepalese pulp-painting. The use of  stencils and two acrylic colors of your choice will also be available to embellish the pulp-painting.  *Artworks will be available for pickup 24 hours after class ends.*

This class will be held outdoors, weather permitting. Please meet by the Ceramics Studio (the purple door) at the back of the theatre building.

Bio:

Carol Marie is a professional artist and art educator. She is a certified art integration specialist and has taught the studio arts at Plattsburgh State University, North Country Community College and at BluSeed Studios for over 30 years. She earned degrees in forestry from Paul Smith’s College, a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Plattsburgh State University and a Master of Fine Arts from Syracuse University. She is the Director Emeritus & Founder of BluSeed Studios located in Saranac Lake, NY and has curated several national & international exhibitions that encourage cross-cultural collaboration. She continues to present authentic STEAM & Project Based Learning (PBL) workshops for educators using paper-making, printmaking, ceramics/sculpture and book arts.

  • Aug 1st, 2021
    from 11:15 am - 12:15 pm

LAKE PLACID CENTER for the ARTS

17 Algonquin Drive
Lake Placid, NY 12946 Get directions

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