You’re ready to get your creative juices flowing but you don’t know where to start. Modern Brush Calligraphy is an elegant way to elevate your letters, greeting cards and even artwork for your home or friends. In this 90-minute interactive workshop led by Calligraphy Artist Lynda Chandler, you’ll learn the basic strokes and lettering drills so you, too, can start creating this beautiful art form using brush pens.
This traditional form of writing is not only elegant to receive, but you’ll find the process of learning and practicing the strokes meditative and relaxing.
Special Note: Brush pens will be provided for use during this workshop, and at the end of the program, you’ll be able to take yours home with you. Lynda will also offer tips for purchasing additional pens to continue your practice at home.
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This program is presented by Lynda Chandler and hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation.
About the Program Presenter
Lynda Chandler is a calligraphy instructor who has been artistic all her life. After being introduced to calligraphy in high school, Chandler began using her beautiful handwriting as an art form. After college, she spent years as an architectural designer and drafter, which required the use of a variety of pens and pencils, which was a creative expression. Chandler creates hand-lettered art pieces for encouragement, inspiration or to add color to someone’s space. As an instructor, she enjoys helping people find their unique creative voice by helping them create beautiful handwritten pieces of art in their own words.