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Paste Paper

With Jean Stark

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  • $40 sug donation
  • Create Space Langley

Service Description

Paper Paste with Jean Stark Saturdays, April 13 & 20 10 am to 1 pm Suggested donation $40 (includes $10 materials fee) Please donate the entire $40 before or at the first class (by credit card at the donate button on or by check or cash at the first class in the donation jar in your classroom. Please donate the entire amount even if you can't attend both classes. If you can't afford $40, please give as you are able. Your donations ensure the future of Create Space. Paste Paper is a fun activity using paste and paper, art combs and found objects to make intricate designs and patterns for artful papers. Originally, paste papers were used to make decorative, bug-proof book covers. Today, paste papers are used for collages, gifts, gift wrap, making paper bags, lining drawers, and as original works of art. This is a great workshop for fun, and play, beginners and experienced artists alike. In class one we will be introduced to paste papers and learn how to make the paint, as well as getting started with the tools, techniques and skills as we make several pieces of paste paper. In class two, we will continue refining our skills and techniques making more papers, as well as seeing differing ways to use the papers at home, and in art. By the end of class we will bring home 10-20 18” x 24” sheets of beautifully designed original works of art to be used for a variety of art projects. Wear art making clothes that can get messy and an apron. You're welcome to bring a bit of lunch with you. Jean Frank Stark is a multi-media artist living who moved to Whidbey three years ago. Painting and drawing are her favorite forms of expression, but she loves working with clay, collage, and anything that is calling to her in the moment. She has a Masters for teaching art K-12 and a bachelors in Fine Art from the Maryland Institute, College of Art in Baltimore, MD. Jean has worked with young students for over thirty years in public and private schools, and with adults throughout her teaching career.

Contact Details

  • 723 Cascade Avenue


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