WORKSHOPS & MEETINGS
FALL WORKSHOP WITH CAROL DUBOSCH
November 18-19, 2017
9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Coastal Lodge on 637 Pequot Trail, Stonington
November Folded Pen Workshop with Carol Dubosch
Carol DuBosch, a noted calligrapher from Portland Oregon, will be traveling to Mystic this fall to teach the class Ruling Pen Adventures. Carol's passion for calligraphy began in 1957 when, at the age of twelve, she began studying letter forms. She relates that she has followed that "inky path" ever since, studying, teaching and promoting calligraphy. In her correspondence to Mysticalligraphers, Carol writes that " the folded pen is the most exciting tool right now," and she highly recommends this workshop over others she teaches. In this class we will make our own pens, then use them to write an exciting contemporary script. Carol is a member of The Portland Society for Calligraphy. If you visit their members' art page, you can view several pieces of her art.
Level: All Levels
Carol teaches calligraphy and lettering arts at Portland Community College and privately with ongoing seminar classes in Portland, Oregon. She also travels nationwide to teach workshops
$165 for members, $180 for non-members
Make checks out to Mysticalligraphers and send to
Maureen Gilardi, 38 Russell Street, Mystic, CT 06355
Checks due: September 13, 2017
Questions : email Barbara Read at email@example.com
The Mysticalligraphers meet once a month throughout the year on the second Wednesday of the month from 7 - 9 p.m. at the Mystic-Noank Library, 40 Library Street, Mystic
Slides of Calligraphic Art
Creating textures with Letters a la Yukimi
Easter Egg decorating
Experimenting with lettering styles
Annie Cicale's Design Exercise
Summer workshops TBA
Annual Meeting & Election; Show and Tell from Calligraphy Conference
Directions to the Grange (workshop location):
From the South
Take Exit 91 off of Rt. I-95. Go straight through the light onto Rt. 234
The Lodge is about a mile or less on the right.
From the North.
Take exit 91 off of Rt. I-95. Go left at the end of the ramp.
Go left at the light onto Rt. 234(Pequot Trail).
The Lodge is less than a mile on the right.