Yves Leterme The Pointed Brush

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The pointed brush is so versatile an instrument that a scribe could well consider spending the rest of his life on a desert island with only that tool to comfort him. In this class we’ll learn how to hold the brush and control the pressure in order to get the different strokes on paper. We’ll improve our handskills while copying some alphabets after which we’ll explore how to stimulate our inventiveness for the goal is to produce all kinds of variations while staying consistent. Inevitably, this class will also deal with the principles of gestural writing.
Supply list
1. Pentel Point Brush (holding black ink) and/or a medium or small tipped Aquash Water Brush. 2. Pencil, a watercontainer, a palette, mixing brush and ruler 3. Stack (approx. 40 sheets) of plain, cheap photocopypaper (approx 11x16 inches) to practise on. 4. A few leftovers of good quality paper (colour doesn’t matter) 5. (optional) any decent pointed brush you may have

$200 for two days $185 early bird fee cut off July 1st. $50 deposit holds your spot, seats are limited. B&B just 4 doors down. guesthouseonstory.com limited hospitality @ the gallery.
Jen Grove lettersongstudio@gmail.com or 502-819-1439
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