On Saturday and Sunday, July 28 & 29, students in my Papermaking with Collage and Mixed Media class created some great experimental artworks with dyed and natural colored pulps at my Santa Rosa studio. We used pulps made from abaca, old blue jeans, Sitka Sprue bark and mulberry bark (kozo). We had two days for this class, and the first day was mainly working with wet pulp, and the second with dried paper to create collage and mixed media constructions.
Here are photos of some of the works made by the workshop participants, still in progress on the second day. The photos are taken by my husband Timothy S. Allen (allentimphotos2.wordpress.com
I will be offering more classes in papermaking and mixed media art at my Santa Rosa studio in Sept. – November. Check back here in a few days for the complete schedule of Fall 2018 classes. My studio is at Studio Santa Rosa, Bldg. 32, 3840 Wright Ave., Studio 107. Please email for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org