I offer an expanded list of the things that have worked best for me in my own studentship as an adult.
Let's take a break from writing and make a few adjustments.
I never made time to get to working with them, and then along came this workshop.
I am always honored that anyone would ask me to pen the words that carry their gentle messages. I am so glad that my studio space and my practices now reflect this.
There were about 130 guest names to be written, divided among 13 tables, on this 6 foot tall mirror.
There are some things I learned from experience and from preference, and there are some things that deterred me from even wanting to sit down to write. I wrote this with the hope that it will remove some resistance in your calligraphy practice and increase your comfort and success! In this post, I touch on: … Continue reading What I Wish I’d Known When Starting Calligraphy
Here are a few points those new to calligraphy seem to struggle with. I know that learning calligraphy is a slow and intensive process.
Anything that you are willing to apply discipline and dedication to is transformational and rewarding. And when you hit a wall, take a break and walk around.
Check out the ups and downs of how I created this piece for Jase and Brittany's bridal table!
It's the difference between talking with someone who regularly checks their phone and talking with someone who couldn't care less where their phone even is.