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ONE DAY FUN DAY AT THE SPRUILL GALLERY: MAKE A PUMPKIN SHADOW BOX WITH PAPER QUILLING

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Course Number: 214DAPQ010

Dates: Sunday, October 3, 2021
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Meets: 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM

Fee: $60.00

More Course Info: Supply List

Sorry, we are no longer accepting registrations for this course. Please contact our office to find out if it will be rescheduled, or if alternative classes are available.

This course ended on October 3, 2021

This workshop is for students who have taken an introductory quilling course (or have equivalent quilling experience) and would like to expand their skills. Working with 1/4" paper, we will focus on the following techniques used in more advanced designs:
-How to transfer key design elements, such as pattern outlines and placement markers, to your quilling surface; also tips for finding and adapting suitable designs.
-How to do on-edge quilling (quilling with a single, unrolled strip of paper). On-edge quilling is used to outline shapes and letters, and is also used as a fill technique in many contemporary designs. You will receive several patterns and choose one to outline and create as your in-class project.
-How to mount your finished piece in a frame or shadowbox; also tips for adapting a design to a particular frame or mat size. You will receive a 5x7" shadowbox to mount your in-class project.

A Materials Kit fee of $15 PAYABLE TO THE INSTRUCTOR WHEN CLASS MEETS provides you with 1/4" paper in assorted colors, practice surfaces, patterns, and shadowbox. Students are expected to bring the items in the Supply List. BYO sack lunch for a SHORT on-site lunch break.
Fee: $60.00

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Fee Breakdown

CategoryDescriptionAmount
Course Fee (Basic)One Day Reg.$ 60.00
Optional FeeDonation$ 1.00

Kathryn Riley

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riley.kathryn@gmail.com
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After a successful career as a university professor and academic author, Kathryn Parker relocated to the southeast with her husband in 2012. She says she has "been fortunate to find a supportive and stimulating environment here for creating art." Kathryn enjoys working in contemporary and traditional quilled and cut paper, alcohol ink, acrylics, and watercolor.

She especially enjoys the challenges of representing natural subject matter in an unusual way. The shapes and textures of flora, fauna, and landscapes provide frequent inspiration.

She exhibits and sells her paper art in several galleries in the Hilton Head, SC, and Atlanta areas, including The Silver Garden (HH) and Spruill Gallery (Dunwoody, GA).


http://rileyparkerart.com
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