We were featured in a major article in the Columbus Dispatch's Life & Arts section!
66 Parsons Ave
Columbus, OH 43215
Tu/Th by appt.
Sat 12-5pm by appt.
Paper Studio location:
66-B Parsons Ave
behind CS Gallery
© 2011 Cobenick Studios
Site design by Jack Thorn
2012 In Studio Workshops
Come join Feature Papermaker Daniel Colvin in an exciting day of papermaking!
Check out his Dispatch article here:
This workshop has one afternoon session: 12 - 4 p.m.
Meet and Greet w/ refreshments at 11:30 a.m.
Workshop is $25 and includes all supplies.
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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