Pointed Pen Calligraphy for the Curious Beginner with Lindsey Wayland, March 3 OR April 27

Pointed Pen Calligraphy for the Curious Beginner with Lindsey Wayland, March 3 OR April 27



Using the ancient dip pen and black sumi ink, come discover the joy and beauty of calligraphy and the calming meditation of letterforms. Join poet calligrapher Lindsey Wayland to connect deeply with the letters you already use and read daily in Ink Meditations. The meditative quality of calligraphy will bring each student closer to their center and presence.

The word calligraphy comes from two Greek words: kallos, which means “beauty,” and graphein, which means “to write” thus, “beautiful writing.” However, because calligraphy is less about beautiful handwriting and more about drawing the letterforms beautifully, anyone with enough patience can learn calligraphy.

Each student will learn the basic alphabet in classic Copperplate cursive as the foundation to experiment and add their own creative flair. Students will leave class with a more confident ability to write beautifully, to understand the letters used in nearly every application of life, and very beautiful materials. Students must have a basic understanding of writing. No other prerequisites necessary. 

REMEMBER MEMBERS: You get ten percent off this class! Use your discount code at checkout. To join, CLICK HERE.

Please let us know in advance if you are left-handed. Once you've taken this class, you are qualified for Ink Meditations, Pointed Pen Calligraphy for Intermediates, March 2019 or May 2019

Supplies Fee: $30, cash or check made payable to the instructor on the first day of class.


“I was immediately drawn to Lindsey’s art and words by her vibrant presence. Her style of calligraphy was the artistic and spiritual practice I had been searching for…Practicing my calligraphy has created the most calming, meditative moments I have experienced in years. I am so thankful for Lindsey’s careful, educated guidance. Calligraphy is now something I look forward to and have incorporated into my daily life.”  — Joanne Clarkson

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