Beginners' Paper-Cutting Workshop, Tindalls Ely, Sat 16th July 2016
*** Fully booked - next Ely paper-cutting workshop will be Thursday 17th November ***
Loïs Cordelia will lead a paper-cutting workshop at Tindalls Art Shop, Market Place, Ely, on Saturday 16th July 2016, demonstrating how to achieve a beautiful paper-cut image, using Swann Morton scalpels.
Paper-cutting is not as difficult or scary as it looks! The results can be meticulously detailed and intricate, or bold and minimalistic. Using a Swann-Morton scalpel, Lois will demonstrate step-by-step the basic techniques of how to create an effective cut-paper design, before introducing you to a range of simple templates. Feel free to bring some of your own visual references, if you wish, or come along on the day and be inspired by a wide range of cut-paper styles, motifs, designs, patterns and imagery from around the globe.
"So relaxing - I felt totally immersed in what I was doing".
The workshop runs from 10.00 am until 4.00 pm. Registration is at 9.45am at the front desk downstairs. Morning and afternoon tea and coffee are provided, please bring a packed lunch if you wish or there are several good cafes locally.
Cost: £35. All materials needed for the day are provided.
Date: Saturday 16th July 2016. Times: 10.00 am - 4.00 pm. Registration: 9.45 am.
Venue: Tindalls, 4 Market Place, ELY, Cambridgeshire CB7 4NP.
Please book via the website (below), or telephone 01353 669498.
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