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Paste Paper Patterns - workshop

Saturdan, Sunday, November 11, 12, 10am-4pm
Galeria San Francisco, San Francisco 1
$1800 plus $200 for supplies

Paste Paper Patterns - workshop

When:November 11 and November 12, 10:00-4:00 
Where: La Galeria San Francisco overlooking the jardin. San Francisco #1 (2nd floor, across from Intercam) 

Cost: 1800 pesos plus 200 pesos for supplies. (all included, but feel free to bring what you like. Suggestions: any marking tools, special papers, works in progress for collage) 

Please send me an email for payment options and to reserve your spot. 

5 student minimum and 10 maximum to run.

Paste papers have been used as a decorative art form since the 17th century primarily in bookbinding as covers and end papers.

The first day of the workshop will be used to explore and play with making infinite patterns. The second day, we will look at ways to use the paper in making simple boxes and accordion books. They are also perfect to use in collage, cards or anywhere a decorative paper might be desirable.

Come play with paint and paper in a beautiful setting!.
"Linda Laino creates a safe space for her students to explore the art that is within them and to succeed, in the end, with a mandala! Linda´s patience and gentle nudging makes her mandala class very worthwhile".
~ Donna Quathamer

Linda Laino is an artist, writer and teacher who has been making art in one form or another for over 35 years. Holding an MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University, she enjoys playing with words as much as form and color. Since 2012, she has resided in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico where the surreal atmosphere and sensuous colors have wormed their way into her paintings. Finding beautiful things on the ground is a favorite pastime. Her art can be seen at Some of her essays and poetry can be found on Elephant Journal , The New Engagement,  Sheila-Na-Gig Journal and Life In 10 Minutes
Linda Laino
415 566 1684

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