Cut Paper Snowflake Workshop
Level up your cut paper skills, creating intricate snowflakes that are perfect to hang in windows and bring on the winter coziness. This class explores unique approaches to folds, visualizing symmetries, balancing positive and negative space, and creative patterns. This workshop is best suited for those comfortable with the basics of paper folding and cutting, and for whom scissors are comfortable to use. Tools and materials will be provided, but students may bring a favorite pair of scissors to use if they would like.
Bill Moody (he/him) is informed and inspired by the natural world. His approach to art is one of playfulness, curiosity, and trial and error. In addition to cut paper, his art includes sacred geometry (creating mandalas with a compass and straight edge), painting sticks and driftwood, gardening, and making plant medicines. He works as a printer’s devil at May Day Press, collaborating with Catherine Alice Michaels, makes botanical contact prints, pressure prints, carves linoleum, and letterpress printing. He lives in the country, spending his time in nature, hiking, gardening, and working with plants.