Saturday, May 18 , 10am-2pm
Presented by Michele Clark
Learn how to make paper the easy and fun way–with scrap paper and junk mail! In this class Michele will teach us how to make paper, experiment with additives such as found objects and botanicals in paper, and how to make cards, art or beautiful objects with your paper.
Michele Clark is an artisan, writer, poet and speaker who lives in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. She specializes in making paper, making art from that paper, and creating art and accessories from natural items such as bark, acorns, leaves, rocks, etc. She also makes quilted works, and does tie-dye and eco-printing on fabric. She has been an arts administrator at numerous art centers and universities during her career and is now the volunteer director of Tahlequah Creates, a new gallery, gift market and creative classroom in downtown Tahlequah.
All equipment provided, but bring any of the following: old office paper, scrap colored paper, (no glossy magazines or envelopes) wildflower seeds, flowers and/or petals, leaves and several old towels. (You do not have to bring all of this–just what you have.
Cost is $45 and includes all instruction and materials. Class size limited to 10 adults and teens. Tickets are non-refundable. (In the event that you are unable to use your ticket we will make every effort to resell your ticket and refund your money, but if we can’t find someone to purchase the seat, there will be no refund.)