SATURDAY 10:00-11:30AM PT / 1:00-2:30PM ET
DECEMBER 12, 2020
Instructor: Kelly Autumn
Join Bay Area artist Kelly Autumn for a very special holiday paper making workshop!
Learn how to make DIY plantable seed paper using your own recycled paper waste. Kelly will show you how to make your own beautiful seed paper which is a handmade paper embedded with the seeds of wildflowers or herbs.
In this class you will learn how to create seed bombs, handmade cards, and basic paper sheets which can be used to make gift tags, bookmarks, and so much more… This is the perfect opportunity to design unique, eco-conscious holiday gifts with your own personal creative flair which your friends and family will love!
All students will receive the Zoom recording of the workshop to watch at their convenience for two weeks after the workshop. Many participants choose to observe the virtual workshop and work later, but you may also work alongside Kelly during the demo.
Supply List Available HERE.
$25 – Ages 18 and over, MATERIALS NOT PROVIDED
$5-25 – Ages 17 and under, Pay-What-You-Can, MATERIALS PROVIDED
*Thanks to a grant from Sonoma Plein Air Foundation, we are able to offer this class, including materials, at the low cost of $5 per participant for those under 18 years old. Those who are able to pay more will be helping us fund additional similar programs.
Materials kits will be available for pickup the week before the class. Please consult the list of materials to see what you need to gather in addition to the kit.
Kelly Autumn is a multi-disciplinary, self-taught artist, turned printmaker originally from Santa Rosa. She has spent the last two decades living and working as a creative within the East Bay. A former shop owner, she has a BA in Fashion & Textiles from San Francisco State University. Kelly has Certiﬁcation in Printmaking Arts from Diablo Valley College and was the Teaching Assistant to Toru Sugita, Professor of Printmaking Arts & Chair of the Diablo Valley College Art Department. She received a Presidents Award from DVC for her Mixed Media work, and is currently represented by the Compound Gallery in Oakland. Recently Kelly completed a printmaking residency at the Sonoma Community Center in January 2020.