A free lecture about Paper at Art Students League of New York

Lecture: Make Your Mark

With Artist Ed S. Brickler, Director of Fine Art Ed. for Canson, Arches and Royal Talens

Where: The Art Students League of New York
At the Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery
212-247-4510
info@artstudentsleague.org

Events are held in the League’s gallery on the second floor.
These provocative and instructive talks are free and open to the public.

When: Tuesday, February 8
5:00 pm–6:15 pm

About the lecture: Discover the facts about paper in this informative lecture/demonstration. Topics include: Paper Making and Paper Materials, Weight & Texture, Achievability, Sizing, Paper Choices, Paper Applications, Tools to Evaluate Paper and Digital Inkjet Papers.

About the speaker: Ed S. Brickler is a working artist and has been an art materials consultant for twenty-five years. He is currently working a book on Artist Materials and Techniques.

About the venue: The Art Students League of New York is an independent art school providing atelier studio art classes in painting, drawing, sculpting, printmaking, and mixed media in New York City. The League also offers the Vytlacil Campus Artist-in-Residence program.

Update 2/8/11: The lecture was a great success.  We were given swatches of Arches and Canson paper as samples, which, I’m sure to keep as reference for a long time to come. Ed is so incredibly knowledgeable about paper , that he almost seems obsessed. He was able to  describe so many varieties of paper, with the mediums and techniques that they work best with. Ed showed us samples of paper with water color paintings, ink paintings, charcoal, pastel, markers, etc, to clearly demonstrate the papers qualities across the various medium. Now I am inspired me to experiment with different papers, instead of just being a slave to my roll of Arches Rough.

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