Monline Lettering Techniques


Saturday, September 1, 2018 at 10:00 AM CDT
Sunday, September 2, 2018 at 5:00 PM CDT

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Stacy Furniture 
1900 S Main Street
Grapevine, TX 76051

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Angie Vangalis 
Texas Lettering Arts Council 

3 Monoline Styles by CoraPearl

Monoline lettering is a great way to learn new styles of lettering and to delve in to the principles of lettering, layout, and design, without the added challenge of working with complicated tools.
In this class we will learn several styles of monoline lettering that use B-nibs including the Art Nouveau
lettering of Rennie Mackintosh and the architectural lettering of Frank Lloyd Wright among others.
We will also explore different ways of working with letters that can be applied to other calligraphic styles
and tools.
This workshop is appropriate for all levels of experience and is ideal for those who
are new to lettering arts.

This workshop is a condensed version of a full semester hand lettering class that Cora created and
teaches at Portland Community College in Portland, Oregon.

This workshop is open to anyone who has an interest in hand lettering. Whether you are a curious newbie to lettering or have 30 years of lettering experience, these 2 days will give you the opportunity to explore the monoline style.

Workshop attendees receive a $50 Student Discount towards tuition for Cora's Year-Long Study
in the DFW area - The Elements of Design for Lettering Art  beginning January 5, 2019.

Cora Pearl
About Cora
Cora Pearl is a full time calligrapher and teacher of lettering arts. She teaches full credit classes in Calligraphy and Hand Lettering at Portland Community College, various lettering arts workshops at the Oregon College of Art and Craft, independent classes and workshops in lettering and design and taught at the Letters of Joy Conference in Seattle, the IAMPETH 2016 conference in Portland, the International Calligraphy Conference, Letterworks 2017, in Ogden, Utah, at Letters California Style in 2018 and will be teaching at TypeCon in 2018. Cora received a Regional Arts and Culture Council grant to take master classes with Sheila Waters in the fall of 2015 as well as a grant to attend Seattletters, the 38th International Calligraphy Conference. She majored in Art and Art History at Oberlin College. Cora is passionate about teaching and values a holistic approach to learning based on building trust and safety in the classroom environment.