Led by artist David Friedman of Portland, students will use papercutting tools to create delicate, intricate and unique artwork.
Tuition for the class will be $55. A $35 materials fee should be paid directly to the instructor on the day of the class.
Friedman is an award winning artist from Interstate University, Central Washington, Sara Sturgeon Gallery
“Papercuts as an artform have a long tradition. German, Jewish, Japanese and Chinese traditions all have their styles,” said Friedman. “My work brings papercuts into a contemporary format. Many are multilayered and dimensional.”
Interested persons can register for “Multilayer Papercutting” on-line at http://hoffmanblog.org/ongoing-classes/register-for-workshops. The class is limited to 12 participants, and requires using sharp knives/utensils
Questions about the class can be sent to Friedman at firstname.lastname@example.org. His website is friedart.com.