Thursday, April 28, 2016
Friday, August 7, 2015
|Colleen pulling a sheet of Kozo|
|Colleen displaying her complete handmade paper sculpture|
|Colleen removing the support fabric from her paper lamp sculpture|
|Colleen adding Kozo pulp with a turkey baster to her sculpture|
|Tony's gampi paper on the felt before he attaches it to his lamp shade|
|Tony's lamp shade in progress|
|Tony's completed sculptural lamp with gampi paper on a willow armature|
|Tony snipping cloth from his handmade paper sculpture.|
|Tony removing cloth from his sculpture|
|Tony applying pulp to his handmade paper sculpture|
|Tony's sculpture drying in the sun.|
|Katherine's new willow sculpture - early stages|
|Katherine adding inclusions to her sculptural lamp|
|Katherine removing the support cloth from her sculpture|
|Katherine's sculptural paper lamp completed|
|Katherine making sheets of super-thin gampi paper with inclusions.|
Friday, May 1, 2015
Summer 2015 workshop schedule is now available for Pondside Pulp and Paper Studio in Norwich, NY.
Monday, August 4, 2014
Super Thin Handmade Paper Workshop
August 8th, Friday, 10 am - 4 PM
Cost: $75.You will make translucent sheets of paper by hand from a variety of fibers including flax, kozo (mulberry), abaca, blue jeans and indigenous plants. Great for lamps, collages, chine colle on prints, drawings, etc.
E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org to save a spot in the workshop.
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
taught by Kevin Gray
Cyanotype session on July 19, 2014, Saturday, 10 am - 4 PM
Hand Papermaking session on July 17, 2014, Thursday, 1 - 4 PM (optional)
taught by June Tyler
Class size is limited to 5.
Learn how to make photographic cyanotypes. Cyanotype is a 19th century process of making blue-colored prints on paper using sunlight (or UV light) for exposing and water for developing. In this class, students will learn how to print digital negatives from their photographs on the computer and then will coat and print on their own cyanotype paper.
Students should bring a flash drive or CD with photographs with which to make their digital negatives during the class.
Students who are unable to come to the papermaking session on July 17th may purchase the paper they need or bring their own for their prints.
Kevin Q. Gray received his MFA in Visual Arts from the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University in 2009, and his BFA in Fine Art with a concentration in photography and painting from Hartwick College in 2001. Since that time his work has been included in many regional group and solo exhibitions, including a solo exhibition at the Fenimore Art Museum in Cooperstown in 2012. He has been awarded three grants from the New York Foundation for the Arts in support of his work. Kevin also assists local museums with educational exhibit planning and photography.
Kevin Gray uses a variety of processes in his fine art photographic work, from digital to film and alternative/antiquarian processes such as tintypes, liquid photographic emulsion, and Polaroid emulsion lifts. Explorations of nostalgia and memory are major recurrent themes in his work.