Suminagashi is a Japanese art form and ia often translated as "floating ink." It has been used for various crafts including not only paper but fabrics, metal, and ceramics. Dating back to the 12th Century, Japanese forms of marbling existed well before the commonly known European, Turkish, or Persian methods. We will learn about this technique and how it is done.
Speaker: Corey Antis (he/him) is an artist based in Kansas City, Missouri. His studio practice is informed by a variety of drawing methods, techniques and materials from Japan and China. During this talk, he will share how he is informed by materials and techniques from Japan as well as show examples of suminagashi. Corey is currently an Associate Professor of Painting and Drawing at Kansas City Art Institute.
Please join us IN PERSON at 7pm on Tuesday, February 27th at Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse in the Birch Room for community and light refreshment.
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Meet IN PERSON or VIA ZOOM: 7pm Tuesday, February 27, 2023