Ebru is the ancient Turkish art of marbling. In this process colorful inks float on the surface of a viscous solution referred to as size. The size is made by combining carrageenan (powdered seaweed) with water. Designs in the ink are created using special rakes and combs and are then transferred to paper or fabric. The process is active, fun and surprising, resulting in vibrant and beautiful mono prints. The prints created in class can be used to make gifts, cards and simple books, scarves, textile design, etc. Includes a one-hour break for lunch. Supplies are included.

Important Note:

Class meets at our eastside location.