Suminagashi: Japanese Art of Marbling with Inks on Water

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Create beautiful marbled papers using this ancient technique!

The oldest and simplest form of marbling paper comes from Japan and is known as Suminagashi, which means ‘ ink floating or spilled ink’. Ink is applied to the surface of a pan of water. The floating colors are then carefully manipulated either by blowing on them directly or through a straw, fanning the colors, or carefully using a stick to stir the colors. A thin paper is laid on the top of the colors, then removed, and laid aside to dry.

Supply fee $10. Includes special papers, inks, etc.

Space is limited.