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[BKARTS] Galen Berry's Marbling Workshops - October 2003

Any newcomers to the list.....

Galen Berry, nationally known marbler, will be in Oregon and Washington this
month teaching his popular "Paper and Fabric Marbling" workshop.

Coupeville Arts Center (on Whidbey Island) in Coupeville, WA is hosting a
three day workshop, a beginning and intermediate class...They have a wonderful
class room and each student will have their tray to marble in, and on the second
of third day of class, anyone can marble in the large tray (19x25 sheets).

The class is scheduled October, 21, 22 and 23, 2003.   Call the Coupeville
Arts Center for information or to register, or go to the webpage online to
1-360-678-3396        Coupeville Arts Center   This is a more in-depth

Friday, October 17, 2003
North Clackamas Arts Guild
at the Milwaukie Center  -  in the Oregon Grape Room
5540 SE Kellogg Creek Drive
Milwaukie, OR   97222
Beginning Class    -    Fee is $65.00 (plus an $8.00 materials fee to
>From 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
To register, call the Milwaukie Center at  503  653-8100

Saturday, October 18, 2003
First Impressions Rubberstamp Arts Store
4803 NE Fremont
Portland, OR  97213
Beginning Class      -     Fee is $75.00
>From 10:00 am - 4:00 pm   (a break for lunch included)
To register, call First Impressions at   503  288-2338

Saturday, October 25, 2003
Art Media Store    (right on the MAX line)
902 SW Yamhill
Portland, OR  97205
Beginning Class     -      Fee is $75.00
>From 12:00 (noon) - 5:00 pm
To register, call Art Media at    503  221-3737

Sunday, October 26, 2003
Portland Art Museum   in the Kinney Room - downstairs
1219 SW Park    (Also close to the MAX line)
Portland, OR  97205
Beginning Class    -      Fee is $75.00
>From 12:00 (noon) - 5:00 pm
To register, call Portland Art Museum at     503  276-4254

Bring an old towel to class, pen and paper to take notes, and a lunch/snack
if you want one.   Galen will have his marbled papers (if anyone would want to
buy some) and all of his marbling products such as paints, oxgall, alum,
carrageenan, marbling tools, broomstraw, paper, etc. for purchase after class.
He has written a book that tells you and shows you step by step everything you
learn in class.

Anyone interested in seeing more about the Medieval Marbler....check out his
webpage at    http://members.aol.com/marbling

Lorraine Hanson

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