June 2022 – PART TWO OF TWO Calligraphy for walls and other vertical surfaces

We recommend following PART ONE AND PART TWO! A discount is given for the two parts.

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WORKING VERTICALLY / WORKING LARGE: Calligraphy for walls and other vertical surfaces

In this series we will look at more ways of working on vertical surfaces. One project may require you to work directly on a wall, another to project letters and fill them in, yet another to have the calligraphy printed on cloth that is then stretched over panels. Every project is different. I will show you how to create a digital mock-up for your client (or as part of your design process). I will also show you major projects that were done based only on a small thumbnail sketch. Working on walls or other vertical surfaces, especially if they are large, is a world of its own. It will be a pleasure for me to show you a dozen or more wall projects and describe how each one was done. Join me on the big stage!

We recommend following PART ONE AND PART TWO! A discount is given for the two parts.

Dates & time

  • June 6, 13, 20 2022
  • 8:00pm Brussels time
  • 2:00pm NY time
  • 4:00am next day Sydney time

* Sessions last approximately 2 hours

Enrollment validity: Confirmed

Material Includes

  • HANDOUTS will be sent a few days before the series begins.
  • Sessions will be recorded and made available to students. Recordings will be available for 4 months.


  • We will discuss materials in the first lesson, so you do not need to buy your materials before the lesson.
  • Plywood panel measuring roughly 100cm x 100cm (approximately 40” x 40”), the bigger the better, prepared with three coats of white gesso or white wall paint. This will be your practice surface.
  • Variety of brushes (flat brushes and pointed brushes)
  • Pencil, ruler, masking tape
  • Gouache, acrylic matte medium (Pebeo matte medium brand is best)

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