Sandy Frick

 

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Workshops with Sandy Frick

Creating Handmade Papers

  Create a Hand-Printed Journal

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Creating Handmade Papers 

1 day workshop

Tuesday, 10:00am - 4:00pm

All skill levels, Papermaking

February 6, 2018

 

Materials Fee $25, All Supplies Provided

Learn the ancient art of forming sheets of unique papers. Pulp will be beaten from Abaca, Bamboo, and cotton. The Western method of formation using mold and deckle will be taught. Numerous plain sheets will be made as well as those using laminating and inclusions techniques. It is fun seeing how many different papers you can make! Be sure to bring an apron or work shirt and comfortable non-slip shoes as you will be on your feet most of the day.

Workshop: February 6, 2018

Cost: $90m/$110nm

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image   Create a Hand-Printed Journal 

2 half-day workshop

Tuesday-Wednesday, 9:00am - 1:00pm

All skill levels, Prinkmaking/Bookmaking

March 20-21, 2018

 
Materials Fee $25, All Supplies Provided

Create a one of a kind journal using direct and indirect methods of printing with botanicals for covers and pages of your book. Learn the basics of book making for a book with a cloth spine, assembled using the long stitch. You will have a beautiful book for journaling, sketching, or gift giving. No previous experience needed. Students need apron or work shirt.

Workshop: February 13, 2018

Cost: $90m/$110nm

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About the Instructor:

imageSandy Frick is an artist embracing nature in her many different mediums.  Her ceramic sculptures combined with natural materials are unique creations.  Exploring made by hand paper pulp she creates both 2-D and 3-D natural works of art: nature prints on her papers and cast paper pulp bowls with gyotoku (fish rubbings) and basketry techniques are combined on her signature paper bowls.

 

Educated in the Midwest, Sandy received her Bachelors and Masters degrees in art.  After 26 years of teaching children to adults, she relocated to Sarasota in 2002 where she has been teaching classes and workshops to adults here and in other states.