Botanical Pop-up Books, Rebecca Goodale
DescriptionRebecca Goodale, instructor. For those of you who missed this last year - relax and have fun making a pop-up book about your favorite plants. You will learn five pop-up techniques that will each lend themselves to the expression of botanical forms.
You will leave with a 10-page paperback book, filled with paper flowers and a lifetime of ideas. Tools & supplies you will want to have on hand: Scissors x-acto knife & blades self-healing cutting mat pencil ruler bone (manilla) folder brush and ink, markers, or colored pencils - whichever you enjoy making marks with.
Photos or sketches of your garden or favorite plants Paper & glue will be provided There will be some extra tools for you to borrow if you are missing something.
Rebecca Goodale makes unique and limited edition books. Her current project, Threatened and Endangered, is inspired by Maine’s rare plants and animals. Her work is in numerous collections including Bowdoin College Library; The Maine Women Writers Collection; New York Public Library; Herron Art Library, IN; Hawai’i State Art Museum; and the White House Ornament Collection. She is the Faculty Director of the University of Southern Maine’s Book Arts at Stone House. Rebecca is represented by the Turtle Gallery in Deer Isle and by Vamp and Tramp Booksellers in Birmingham.
ArtWaves members: use code AW10 at checkout for your member discount. Friday, August 16, 1-7 pm