Artist Teacher: Shawn Sheehy
Days & Dates: Thursday and Friday. January 18 & 19, 2024
Time: Pacific Time, 10 AM to 2:30 PM, 30 min break at 12 Noon, with Zoom classroom doors opening at 9:45 AM
Venue: SDBA’s Zoom Account, to be recorded with recording access provided for one month following class—for registrants only, password protected, and only shared with class registrants.
Skill level: Everyone is welcome to sign up for any of Shawn’s classes but slightly more complex structures are featured in Flower Session III and IV.
Class Description: “Why wait for spring to bring beautiful blooms into your home? Join Shawn Sheehy in building seven striking pop-up flower cards using just a few tools and a kit of pre-cut pieces. You’ll leave the workshop with a bound set of completed cards—perfect for keeping or gifting— and you’ll also gain insights into paper engineering and paper sculpture. This is one of four individual wildflower workshops. Take any, or all four! All skill levels are welcome. Flowers include: coneflower (featured), primrose, sweet flag, seashore mallow, butterflyweed (featured), pitcher plant, and California poppy (featured).
Class Fees: Members Only Early Enrollment Program (EEP): $288, Member: $360, Non-member $435. Class price includes $75 cost for kit and shipping.
Early Enrollment Program (EEP) is a member only, non-refundable discount.
Join SDBA at checkout for reduced class fees.
Material Fee: The SDBA class price includes the materials fee and shipping coasts for class kits. Students will provide their own tools and set up supplies.
International Shipping Note: We adore our worldwide community of book artists! Please, we ask for your awareness that increased costs for International Shipping must be covered by the registrant and paid directly to SDBA. Each individual will be notified of the extra amounts due.
EEP Deadline: December 23, 2023
Registration Deadline: December 28, 2023
Artist Bio: Shawn Sheehy
Required Tools for all sessions, to be provided by registrant: All available at Blick
PVA (or other strong white craft glue)
1/4” double stick tape (“415” is a good one: https://www.talasonline.com/3M-415-Tape?quantity=1&size=40)
low-tack masking tape
bone folder (optional)
micro spatula (optional)