For students who are ready to go beyond the basics, this workshop expands the boundaries of Copperplate. Without sacrificing classical principles of shape, weight, slant and spacing, students experiment with variations in form, size and scale (letter proportions), working with some simpler letterforms as well as Copperplate letters that are more elaborate and ornamental. We will look at examples from three centuries of Copperplate masters.
• 2 Nikko G, 2 Tachikawa G
• Sumi ink
• Speedball oblique holder
• Smooth practice paper
• Lunch and snacks
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Class sizes are kept small (max. 16 participants) in order to allow hands-on instruction. Make sure you register soon to secure your spot!
*All confirmed/paid slots are non-refundable but transferrable.
*All reserved/unpaid slots will be released if the payment is not made within 3 days.
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Eleanor Winters has been an active participant in the international calligraphy movement for nearly 40 years. A commercial as well as fine-art calligrapher, she is the author of five calligraphy books: Calligraphy in Ten Easy Lessons (Dover Publications, 1984), Mastering Copperplate Calligraphy (Dover Publications, 1989), Calligraphy For Kids (Sterling Publishing, 2004),
1-2-3 Calligraphy (Sterling Publishing, 2006) and Italic and Copperplate Calligraphy (Dover, 2011). Mastering Copperplate Calligraphy has also been published in Chinese and Spanish language editions.
She served as Director of the Calligraphy Workshop in New York City for 25 years, taught as a Professor of Art at Long Island University form 1990 – 2005, and is currently on the faculty of the New York Society of Scribes Calligraphy School. She teaches workshops in the US and Europe and has visited Asia as a calligraphy instructor numerous times, including workshops in Hong Kong, Singapore and Jakarta in 2014, 2015 and 2016, and in Taiwan, Manila and Bangkok in 2017. Her 2018 Asian Teaching Tour includes workshops in Hong Kong, Manila, Singapore and Korea.
Eleanor divides her time between New York City and Paris.