There is still room left in the Shrinemaking workshop with Sukey Hughes. In case you didn't know, Sukey is a foremost authority on Washi paper making techniques and has written a definitive book on the subject. Recently she donated her collection of tools, photographs and other stuff to the
The Georgia Institute of Technology , home of The Robert C. Williams Paper Museum, an internationally renowned resource on the history of paper and paper technology. In addition to more than 2,000 books, the Museum features a remarkable collection of over 10,000 watermarks, papers, tools, machines, and manuscripts.
for interview with Sukey Hughes
for virtual tour of Wahi paper making
Shrinemaking Workshop with Sukey Hughes Five Wednesdays starting January 20th - February 17th 1:30 - 4:30 Fee $225
Sukey pioneered the very popular shrinemaking class some years ago at Adult Ed in Santa Barbara. She now is bringing it to the Art Clinic.
Shrines can be any size and range from the sacred to the profane to the humorous to remembrance boxes. We will start with little matchbox shrines that open and shut,
with a surprise inside each "shrine." From this we will advance to larger boxes, such as Altoid cans, cigar boxes, deep frames, pencil boxes, antique boxes, drawers, even
suitcases make great shrines. Go to www.artclinic.blogspot.com to learn more.
Contact Sukey at sukeyhughes@...