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Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Demos at Denver Art Museum and Weekend Bookbinding

(set-up for the Botanical illustration 101-workshop)
Denver Art Museum is currently exhibiting In Bloom:Painting Flowers in the Age of Impressionism. It features about 60 paintings exploring the development of French floral still-life painting from the late 1700s to early 1900s.
We are participating in different ways in this exhibit, most visible with demonstrations and workshops during the Final Friday members events, of which the first one, Untitled: Fresh Cut, was this past Friday.
Our workshops, demonstrations and Detour talks at DAM continue on August 28 and September 25.
During the weekend we also did some intense bookbinding and learned the Sewn Board and Drum Leaf Bindings.
See some more images from our weekend activities by clicking here.

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