12 December 2010

We were featured in a major article in the Columbus Dispatch's Life & Arts section!

Details here!

Daniel Colvin, proprietor

Cobenick Studios

Shop location:
66 Parsons Ave
Columbus, OH 43215
614.260.2021

M/W/F 5-8pm
Tu/Th by appt.
Sat 12-5pm by appt.
Closed Sundays

Paper Studio location:
66-B Parsons Ave
behind CS Gallery
appointment only

We accept Paypal

 

2012 In Studio Workshops

Come join Feature Papermaker Daniel Colvin in an exciting day of papermaking!
Check out his Dispatch article here:

http://www.dispatch.com/live/content/arts/stories/2010/12/12/dream-factories.html?sid=101

This workshop has one afternoon session: 12 - 4 p.m.

Meet and Greet w/ refreshments at 11:30 a.m.

Beginners welcome!

Workshop is $25 and includes all supplies.

You may pay your fee via check, cash, or Pay Pal before or on workshop date.

For Paypal: 1 - (If you are logged in) Please go to the PERSONAL tab then choose the GIFT option

2 - (If not logged in) - send it to the address below as a friend - Click Here

No sales tax for you and no fees for us!

Send to daniel@cobenickstudios.com.

To Register Email Your Intent to Participate To Daniel@cobenickstudios.com

Workshop includes materials and take- home package including:

several sheets handmade paper, simple book, information packet.

Paper / Books Well-Made, Quick, and Easy.

In our first session we will introduce traditional papermaking. The traditional process of making paper is centered around the concept of catching and separating beaten plant fibers from a vat of water. Pulp is suspended on the surface of the water and is then strained from a vat of water by a screen stretched on a frame.

So we have made the paper, now what?! We make a book! During the book session we discuss the history and importance of bookmaking, and the differences between traditional and commercial bookbinding. Next a demonstration of a pre-determined bookbinding style - there are many and all of them are fun and exciting! This introduction will then be followed by a hands-on activity in which students will design and create their own book.

This Class Includes:
Complete Instruction an Info packet
All materials, supplies, & equipment

You Will Learn:
How to make a mould and deckle
How to process paper pulp
How to make a sheet of handmade paper
How to make colored paper
How to mould paper into sculptures using plaster castings
How to bind a traditional book
How to incorporate papermaking into other art forms

You Will Need:
Several Newspapers (to transport finished paper home to dry)
The desire to make a mess
All other supplies included