Pointed Pen at the Contemporary Museum of Calligraphy
Last Sunday, March 12th, the Contemporary Museum of Calligraphy held a workshop on pointed pen techniques. The teacher of the National School of Calligraphy Artyom Lebedev explained the basics of working with the pointed pen and the most popular script written with it: Copperplate. After diligent practicing of basic strokes and letters the participants went on to studying decorative flourishes typical for pointed pen techniques, and finally were able to create a decorated lettering composition.
For those who wish to study pointed pen in more detail, to learn all the secrets and peculiarities, we remind that this Saturday, March 18th, the Pointed Pen course starts at the National School of Calligraphy.
And the next crash course scheduled for Sunday, March 26th will be dedicated to calligraphy techniques for left-handers.
Call now to enroll!