Sense and Signatures: A Materials and Book Workshop with Marci Ross Easterbrook
Presented by the Santa Fe Book Arts Group
Sunday, August 14, 2022
10 am to 2 pm (with a lunch break)
Via Zoom Online Platform
In this four-hour workshop you will develop your five senses (touch, smell, taste, hearing, and sight) into materials for concept and content development. This will become five signatures which you will bind into an artist book with a side-sewn accordion spine and Tyvek covers.
You will receive a supply and tool list prior to the workshop. The sequence of events: surface techniques on paper, staining Tyvek, making the accordion spine, lunch break, making signatures, sewing the spine and cover, and sharing your books with the other students and Marci.
Marci will also provide a printable .pdf document with directions, a jig, and concept prompts.
Limited to 15 students; held on Zoom. $69 per person (no materials included). Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Register here: (NOTE: You must fill out the form; simply paying for the workshop does not secure you a spot.)
Marci Ross Easterbrook is an illustrator, printmaker, papermaker, book artist, and teacher at Santa Fe Community College. She strongly believes that materials are a key source for knowing yourself as an artist and will lead each person to creative new work through text and image. She uses materials of paper, Tyvek, altered pages, and mixed media to create unique surface design that leads to discovery of creative concepts and content for books.