Arran Visual Arts workshop in May

 

Making a Solander Box

Saturday 28th May – Sunday 29th May, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Tutor: Saskia Pomeroy
Venue: Ranger Centre, Brodick Castle

Saskia Pomeroy graduated from Glasgow School of art in 2007. She lives and works in Glasgow as a visual artist and freelance designer previously having worked for two years as a commercial screen printer at London print house K2 screen. She is a multidisciplinary artist working within print, drawing, painting, sculpture and textiles. Saskia’s work explores the relationships within compositions of colour, texture and shapes, sometimes abstract, sometimes observational. Her work is bright, colourful and joyous.

The solander box is a clamshell type box that is used for protecting valuable/old books but can also be used to hold a variety of different things. Some people may wish to bring something that they want to store, and make their box according to that size. The box itself will be covered in book cloth and paper which will be supplied.

Materials to Bring: Some people may wish to bring something that they want to store, and make their box according to that size.
Food & Drink: Please bring a packed lunch. Tea & coffee provided.

HOW TO BOOK A WORKSHOP:
Cost for Members: £30 per day
Cost for Non-members: £40 per day

These can be booked at any time but it is recommended you book early as places fill up fast! Payment is by cash, cheque or BACs – Arran Visual Arts, Sort Code 80-05-84, Acc no. 00115842

For more information please email booking@arranvisualarts.co.uk or phone 01770 600827

Or see the Arran Visual Arts website for more details.

 

Red eyes book by Saskia Pomeroy. Featured image shows Saskia Pomeroy at work. Images credit: Saskia Pomeroy