Few artists still take the trouble to use traditional techniques and real gold leaf,
but the beauty of burnished gold on glass is extremely rewarding. Done on the inside of the glass, with
sheets of 23kt gold leaf, this time-consuming process achieves an inspiring effect.
Two-tone gold letters can be rendered with color for opulent or sophisticated designs.
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Font Club will meet Saturday, September 19th at 3pm. This meeting will be a work session. Font Club is a free informal group that meets on the 3rd Saturday of every month to work on typeface design. We usually have a presentation followed by a work session designing, scanning and importing glyphs into FontLab or Fontographer to create a typeface. Call Vince or Yvette at (504) 525-4691 for more information.
Visit www.aiganeworleans.org for graphic design info, events, and meetings in New Orleans.
The New Orleans Lettering Arts Association (NOLAA) will have its first meeting after summer break on September 12th at 9:30am at the East Jefferson Regional Library (4747 W. Napolean Ave, Metairie). NOLAA president Debbie Fleming will review Italic calligraphy.
NOLAA meets on the 2nd Saturday of the month. NOLAA is a non-profit organization whose monthly meetings are mini-workshops in a variety of calligraphy techniques, well worth the $25 per year membership fee. For more information visit www.neworleanscalligraphy.org
The New Orleans School of Art and Craft offers classes in all styles of art-making, including calligraphy. They can be reached directly at (504) 944-7900. For more info visit www.NOLAArtandCraft.com
We are proud to have an exhibit of Claire's photographs in the gallery. The images present the abandoned structures of the former Six Flags Amusement Park, altered through her unique perspective.