Re: Marbling video on youtube
I have to agree with your comment.
There a plenty of suppliers.
Such a list exists over at the marbling society's website.
--- In Marbling@yahoogroups.com, "Dolores Guffey" <dguff@...> wrote:
> Very informative and interesting video to watch. One comment should
be noted that "there are no marbling supply stores" is a bit
misleading...there are marbling supplies available from various
places. Has anyone compiled a list of suppliers? I'm thinking of
Iris Nevins, Diane Maurer, Colophon, Barry Galen, Talas, among others.
- angchengsiew wrote:
> Greetings fellow members,Sorry for the delay. MissHunt and I attended this by accident when
>>From KETC, LIVING ST. LOUIS Producer Jim Kirchherr discovers the rare
> art of paper marbling—an old-fashioned way of making decorative sheets
visiting her brother who taught at UMSL until retirement last year.
The library was only a block from his office on campus. It was the
first time I had been in St. Louis and we tried to see as much as
possible. It was by happenstance that we were 1000 miles from home
and stumbled on a marbling exhibit.
The exhibit was well done and worth the visit. I remember they had
photos of a number of the public events and demonstrations of
marbling. The kids looked like they had a blast. There were probably
30-40 papers up for display, plus a lot of the equipment and examples
of older equipment. It is long gone now, but fun to look back on
through the video.
Visit http://www.misshunt.com/ for fun and creative items including
the famous Clean/Dirty dishwasher magnet, now available in velcro.