* MONTHLY CLASS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE *
* WORKSHOPS FOR ALL LEVELS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE *
WHERE AND WHEN:
14-21-28 January 2021 & 04 Feburary 2021 – from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm (Rome Time)
in Direct Via ZOOM
The Zoom session will be recorded. If you are unable to watch live, you may still take the class.
Links for the videos will be sent to you after class has ended and expire in 1 1 Month.
+39 349-6051804 (Whatsapp)
“The workshop is aimed at everyone: designers, professionals, students, graphic designers, tattoo artists, letter lovers, just curious people or anyone interested in calligraphy, both as an artistic medium and as a graphic element to complete or enrich an editorial or advertising work.
• HOW IT WORKS:
– Buy the Workshop through the normal e-commerce procedure of the site
– The days before the Workshop, you will receive the PDF handout and your personal address to access the Zoom Direct with the rest of the Class by mail and the link for the dedicated Facebook Group
• WHAT YOU BUY:
– 4 Meeting live on ZOOM during 1 month shared with teacher and class with the possibility to interact at the moment.
– Homeworks and Comments every week by the Teacher
– Handouts and Work sheets in PDF format, Video recording available for 1 Month
– Exclusive Access to the Dedicated Facebook Group
To be part of the class no previous specific knowledge is required, only the interest and desire to explore the world of letters.
You might already have some experience with gothic and blackletter or you don´t really like these letterforms, but are curious about this workshop or maybe you think, you should at least have some knowledge about gothic letterforms. I´m more than happy to have you all in my class!
Who´s afraid of Rudolf Koch? . (Rudolf Koch´s Gothic Adventure ) For those who love gothic & for those who don’t yet.
You might already be a big fan of gothic and blackletter, but it happened to me that I didn´t like Rudolf Koch´s gothic work when I first saw it many years ago at the Klingspor Museum at Offenbach. I was especially shocked by his very expressive works and couldn´t believe that he is the same person who also designed famous typefaces like the Maximilian or the Wilhelm-Klingspor type. So, yes – I´ve been afraid of him.
But I also believe that the study of gothic and blackletter is very important for every calligrapher and person in love with letters. So, I began with my own research on Rudolf Koch as a person, a lettering artist and a craftsman.
Come with me on a journey during which you learn more about the character of Rudolf and his ideas and thoughts, have a closer look at his career and work and after all let all this be an inspiration for your own thoughts, ideas and work. We will go step-by-step through his instructions on blackletter-forms, try some of his typefaces and then analyse his expressive gothic writing. All the new things you discover will flow into your own work. This is meant to be a trip into your own contemporary approach to gothic and blackletter.
- water glass, tissue, tracing paper, gum sandarac powder, pencil 2H, eraser,
- Schmincke gouache (opaque white, jet black, lemon yellow, vermillion red, ultramarine deep blue, chromium oxide green)
- two things to know: 1. it doesn´t have to be Schmincke, but good quality gouache, 2. we need these colours to follow Koch´s way of colouring, but then also bring your favourite inks and gouaches
- Brause broad-edged nibs (Brause (at least 1,5mm) and Speedball (at least C-3)), automatic pens ( and then again also bring your favourite writing tools), sketch-pad, some higher quality sheets of paper, like BFK Rives, Arches or Hahnemühle (145g – 250g)
• THE TEACHER:
Andrea Wunderlich is a freelance calligrapher & book artist from Germany. At her studio, located in an old firestation, she´s working on commissions on a wide field of sign-painting, lettering, logo-design and murals.
In her free artwork she loves to follow the historic paths of alphabets and enjoys expressive transformation into the contemporary. Her art is shown both nationally and worldwide and is part of private and public collections like the Berlin calligraphy collection, the Center of Book Arts, San Francisco and the Int. Museum for Contemporary Calligraphy in Moscow.
She is a member of German societies ars scribendi and Schreibwerkstatt Klingspor Offenbach (board member), CLAS fellow (Calligraphy and Lettering Arts Society), full member of LX (Letter Exchange) in London and member of Friends of Calligraphy, San Francisco.
Find out more on: www.andreawunderlich.com