Reggie Ezell – The Gilded Boy!

2019 March 16 & 17

Gilding on Traditional Bases

Join us when Reggie Ezell, from Chicago, leads us in traditional gilding. 

We will use seven different metal leafs on four different acrylic gilding bases. The emphasis will be on ease of use and dependable, spectacular results! You can use this short course as an introduction or “brush up” to previous instruction on gilding.


You will have several small (glittering!) finished pieces by the end of this 2 day course. No lettering experience is necessary.
Once you experience it I hope you will consider the supply fee a bargain.  www.reggieezell.com

Materials Reggie will provide:

• All gold leaf
• All gilding bases
• All papers
• All glassine
• Silks

Students need to bring:

• Spoon shaped burnisher
• Scissors (4” blades or longer)
• EF66 nib/pen handle
• Good pointed brush – size 1 or smaller
• Cheap mixing brushes
• Water container & paper towels
• Eye dropper & distilled water
• 2, six part mixing trays
• Removable tape
• X-acto with #11 blade
• Micron Permanent Black Marker (#01 or equiv.)
• Watercolor or gouache: dark red, blue, green or purple
• Craft sticks/toothpicks
• Acetone
• Paper towels

Bring if you have:
• Ruling pen
• Brush cleaner
• Optivisor
• Small light

Fee: $170  for Guild members / $200 non-Guild member. Includes your $40 supply fee. (Membership is $25 and can be included in your fee.)

Make check payable to: The Calligraphy Guild of Columbus

Mail check to:
Sandy Schaadt, 671 Glacier Pass, Westerville, OH 43081

Questions?
Contact Sandy Mundy at:
ilovlttrs@mac.com / 614-478-1838
or Carol Kimball at:
carolism@columbus.rr.com / text 614-581-4468

♦ Reggie Ezell is an excellent calligraphy teacher from Chicago. Over the past three decades his yearlong course, “26 Seeds: A Year to Grow” has been among the most highly regarded and sought after in the U.S. and Canada. For a decade before that, Reggie taught calligraphy at Loyola University and the Newberry Library of Chicago. He has also taught at many International Calligraphy Conferences throughout the years.

Columbus, Ohio – Since 1981

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