Edmonton Calligraphic Society Facebook Page

Calligraphy in Edmonton Facebook Page (managed by Edmonton Calligraphic Society).

Edmonton Calligraphic Society Twitter 

Edmonton Calligraphic Society Instagram

 

 

Online Resources:

 

 

Lettering Styles

Blackletter, Gothic

Practice Sheets:

http://www.calligraphypractice.com/practice-sheets/

Jake Rainis:  Fraktur 101 contains worksheets & exemplars. Fraktur 101: What is Fraktur Calligraphy?  

Gentle Gothics with Alice Young:

  1. http://skl.sh/1Sxy670
  2. http://skl.sh/1LdWn0q
  3. http://skl.sh/1Xhj5KA

 

Celtic Knots

Cari Buziak – https://www.aon-celtic.com/artist/interviews/high-river.html

 

Pointed Pen Resources:

https://www.jwlettering.com/blog/2017/8/7/calligraphy-getting-started

Information on pointed nibs (which are best for beginners & also sells calligraphy items):

http://calligrafile.com/besotted/modern-calligraphy-nibs

Logos Calligraphy & Design: guidelines sheets for pointed pen and more:

https://www.logoscalligraphy.com/resources/

https://www.logoscalligraphy.com/blog/2017/2/1/getting-started-in-pointed-pen-calligraphy

Pointed pen script guideline generator:

https://shipbrook.net/guidelines/

 

Monoline:

Exemplars from The Postman’s Knock:

“Stitches”, “Morgan Style”, “George Style”

https://thepostmansknock.com/stitches-printable-hand-lettering-exemplar/

Also look for Akim monoline & Willow monoline for 2 other styles.

 

 

Other

Paper and Ink Arts Blog – https://www.paperinkartsblog.com/

The Happy Ever Crafter –

What Pen is This/Modern Calligraphy and Watercolour Supply Guide.

Why Write?    Tedx Talks 

Folded Book for mixed Media – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtXuYctLG_E

 

Calligraphy Instructors

Here is a brief list of instructors. More to be added.

Paul Antonio –

Website

Paul Antonio Videos

Posture

Placement

Position

Yukimi Annand – http://www.yukimiannand.com/yukimia/calligraphy.html

Gemma Black – http://blog.gemmablack.com/

Denis Brown – http://www.quillskill.com/

Annie Cicale – http://www.cicaleletteringdesign.com

Carol DuBosch –

http://www.caroldubosch.com/

Reggie Ezell – www.reggieezell.com

Kerri Forster (Calgary)

David Grimes (Masgrimes Calligraphy) – https://masgrimes.com/

Kathy Guthrie –  http://www.kathyguthrie.com/

Heather Victoria Held –

https://heathervictoriaheld.com/

Carrie Imai – http://carriedesigns.com/

Kelly Klapstein (Edmonton) – http://www.kellycreates.ca/

Yves Leterme – http://www.yvesletermeletters.com/

Phawnda Moore

Brody Neuenschwander –

http://www.brodyneuenschwander.com/calligraphy/

Peter Thornton

Julian Waters

Sheila Waters

Cecilia Sharpley – http://cecilia-letteringart.com/

John Stevens – http://johnstevensdesign.com/

Sally Towers-Sybblis (Red Deer) – https://sallytowerssybblis.com/

Joseph Vitolo: http://www.zanerian.com/JMV.html

Tina Warren – http://alphabition.co.uk/

Julie Wildman: https://www.wildmandesigns.com/

Alice Young – http://www.aliceyoung.ca/

 

Groups

The Lettering Arts Guild of Red Deer –  http://www.lagrd.ca/

Bow Valley Calligraphy Guild – http://www.bvcg.ca/

Warmland Calligraphers of the Cowichan Valley: http://www.warmlandcalligraphers.ca/

IAMPETH – https://www.iampeth.com/home

Saint John’s Bible – http://www.saintjohnsbible.org/

Society for Calligraphers, SOUTHERN CALIORNIA – Flicker page- https://www.flickr.com/photos/societyforcalligraphy/sets/

Society of Scribes & Illuminators – http://www.calligraphyonline.org/

 

Retail

This is a brief list of retailers. Please support our local retailers.

Local

The Paint Spot – http://www.paintspot.ca/

DeSerres – https://www.deserres.ca/en/

Colours  – https://www.artistsupplies.com/

Delta Art – https://www.deltaart.ca/

Stylus – ink, paper, pens (no nibs or holders) – http://www.stylusfinepens.com

 

Online

John Neal Bookseller – http://www.johnnealbooks.com/

Paper & Ink Arts – http://www.johnnealbooks.com/

Quietfire Design – http://www.quietfiredesign.com/

Curry’s Art Store – http://www.currys.com/

Speedball –  http://www.speedballart.com/

Event Protocol

Arrival

Please arrive at the location about 15 minutes early, to give yourself time to get situated before the event begins. Please ensure that you arrive on time so as to minimize interruptions. The venue will be open 15 minutes before the event takes place (but not earlier – this is to give the lead people time to prepare and set up).

Agenda

The chairperson will give a brief description of the format and timeline for the event, including start and end times and scheduled breaks.

Preparation

Each participant should come to the event with all of the materials and information that they need. A list of recommended materials and information will be supplied on the event webpage. Please do not bring extra materials into the classroom at the start of the session. If you would like to bring materials beyond those listed on the event webpage, please keep them in your vehicle and retrieve them as necessary.

Listen

You may find that many of the questions you have about a topic are answered in the session. Listen attentively and, if you’d like, take notes.

Food & Drink

As much as possible we will use venues where there is a separate area to have food and drink. Please use the space provided and bring your own refreshments.

Behaviours

For the sake of other participants, please do your best to minimize distractions, such as tapping or clicking your pen, rustling papers, tapping your feet, or making other noises that may be distracting.

Cell Phones 

Please turn off your cell phone prior to the start of the event. If you are expecting an important call, please set your phone to vibrate and excuse yourself from the meeting if the call comes in.

Scents

Please refrain from wearing perfumes or colognes to help ensure that the event is enjoyable for all.

Event Takedown

For classes and workshops: Please clean your own station before you leave.

We have our space and instructor only for the allotted class time, so please be ready to leave when the session is finished.