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We do more than just sell paper! We have a passion for sharing our love of Japanese paper and paper arts with the world. Below we list events and workshops that take place at our warehouse, now at 103 The East Mall,Unit 1, Etobicoke, as well as washi-related exhibitions and lectures in the Toronto area.

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Our Creative Offerings for 2019

 

WORKSHOPS

For cancellations up to 3 days before the workshop, credit can be applied to another workshop or to paper purchases in the future. After that time , no refunds will be given to allow ample time for preparation.



Wet Mounting

with David Hu

  • Tues May 28, 6-9pm tentative date
  • $65

 

Dominique Zip Sky


Watercolour On Washi

with Dominique Prevost

  • Saturday May 11 10am - 4pm
  • $120

When we think of watercolours we usually imagine paintings of landscapes, florals and the like, but painting a picture is not what this workshop is about. Instead, it's about playing with how watercolour and different types of washi interact and learning how to use those interactions in your work. With Dominique's playful yet considered approach you will learn ways of applying colour and texture to washi with watercolour. You will experience how different washi weights, absorbencies and textures affect watercolour washes and mark-making, while building a collection of painted papers for later use in collage or as reference for future painting. This is all about process and discovery through guided experimentation. We'll provide a variety of kinds of washi for you to use and you'll bring your own watercolours and brushes. We'll supplement with some of our watercolour sets, brushes and a few additional mark-making materials for contrast.

 

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EVENTS

 

Oguni Show

 
Sally Ayre   Sigrid Blohm   Larry Hahn  
Dana Holst   Chihiro Imai   Brian Kelley  
Tania Love   Helen McCusker   Loree Ovens  
Tammy Ratcliffe   Michelle Hogan-Walker   Noriko Maeda  
Lorraine Pritchard   Carolyn Qualle   Jake Spicer (UK)  
George Walker   Carolyn Young   Cybele Young  

 

All works in this exhibition are for sale!

Wayzgoose Book Arts Fair

 

 

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The Toronto School of Art has a range of courses in many types of artistic expression, some of which acommodate Japanese paper very well. Visit their website for more info and to register for their courses.

Open Studio is the centre for printmaking in Toronto, and in addition to being a longtime supporter of Japanese paper, offer classes and workshops in different print styles from beginner to advanced. Check out "education" on their website to peruse their latest offerings.

Articulations is an art supply store and workshop space in The Junction in Toronto. They offer a lively selection of workshops for both adults and children to keep you creating all year round.