Friday, February 17, 2017

Journal Making with Marilyn Zornado

Marilyn Zornado Comes to OSA
An Artists Journal with Calligraphy
Thursdays March 2 - April 28
1 - 4pm Downstairs
$200 8/weeks
Materials Fee $25

An Artist’s Journal serves as an informal path for artists to sharpen their skills as they reflect on daily life.

We will explore several types of artist journals such as a writing a daily poem or a daily sketch, recording a trip, documenting the birds or plants you find.  A good journal combines the skills of the illustrator, the calligrapher, the writer, the bookbinder, the graphic designer, the poet, the researcher, and the travel writer.

 With a focus on how to incorporate your own art practice into a journal format, we will cover: basic bookbinding skills, (so you can make your own journals,) calligraphy techniques, page design, and writing skills.

Meet Marilyn Zornado 
A calligrapher, book artist and animator, Marilyn combines her love of travel with her skills as calligrapher, book artist and animator, to create artist journals. She is the co-author of “The Longest Beach, An Eccentric Guide to the Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula,” and author of “Pen Land, An Inky Adventure.” Marilyn holds a BA in Graphic Design and MFA in Computer Animation.

To sign up for Marilyn's class please call the OSA office
To learn more about Marilyn visit her website @

Oregon Society of Artists
2185 SW Park Place
Portland, Oregon  97201

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