What: Presenter Kristi Darwick from the Society for Calligraphy will be teaching a free class on calligraphy for anyone interested. The class will focus on the Copperplate script.
When : Sunday, August 17th, 2014 @ 2-4pm
Where: The A.K. Smiley Library Assembly Room
125 W. Vine Street
Redlands, CA 92373
Attendees must RSVP in person at:
A.K. Smiley Library Reference Desk
125 W. Vine Street, Redlands, CA 92373
About the Program:
Free lesson: A Taste of Copperplate
Copperplate is a beautiful script which was historically etched into copper for printing. Written with a pointed pen, it is popular for addressing envelopes and is a mainstay of formal invitations, greeting cards, as well as other print applications. This elegant lettering can be composed in its most basic style or flourished for a very decorative effect.
Participants of this class will learn to draw a sampling of the basic copperplate letterforms, using pencil. The use of a copperplate pen and nib will be demonstrated. This is a formal type of handwriting, and its many variations make it popular among both men and women.
Instructor, Kristi Darwick: After having studied calligraphy and art throughout the U.S., as well as in Canada and Europe, Kristi segued from the corporate I.T. world to immerse herself in creative pursuits. A graduate of the University of Redlands, Kristi now teaches calligraphy for UC Riverside and leads programs and workshops in California and beyond. As President of the California Society for Calligraphy, Kristi shares this passion through events for guild members and for the public. Recently, she led eighteen artists on a study tour in Amsterdam and Bruges.
All materials will be provided courtesy of A.K. Smiley Library
For More Information Contact:
A.K. Smiley Library
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A.K. Smiley Library Assembly Room
125 West Vine Street
Redlands, CA 92373
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