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Tessellating Herringbone Fold Workshop
Tessellating Herringbone Fold Workshop

Tue, Jul 16

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Morgan Conservatory

Tessellating Herringbone Fold Workshop

A variation of the tessellating herringbone fold will be examined and used for making decorative vase-like structures during this workshop taught by Artist Paula Beardell Krieg.

Date + Time

Jul 16, 2024, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Morgan Conservatory, 1754 E 47th St, Cleveland, OH 44103, USA

About

Participants start by making large folds on small pieces of paper to get the feel of nudging the mountains and valleys of the paper into place. This will be followed by creating an undulating cylinder from a sheet of 11” x 21” paper. There will be ample discussion of how to examine the proportions of the paper so participants will know how to create a result that is just what they want it to be.

Student Supply List: 

- Bone folder 

- 18" ruler 

- a pile of paper to use as a scoring surface 

- a scoring tool such as a pen with no ink 

- pencil 

- glue stick 

- cutting tool, such as scissors or craft knife 

- ample patience

- paper pack provided by the instructor.

Instructor Bio: Artist Paula Beardell Krieg indulges in exploring the structural and decorative beckonings of paper. Her blog Playful Bookbinding and Paper Works assembles over 500 posts which describe her artful applications of paper for both children and adults. She has enjoyed decades long collaborations classroom teachers, and has taught in many museums and organizations dedicated to the paper arts Her work has been featured in books such as in Jean-Charles Trebbi’s L’art du Livre Origami, Helen Hiebert’s book, Paper Illuminated, Lark Books’s Making Books and Journals, and Diane Mauer-Mathison’s The Art and Craft of Handmade Cards.

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