Virtual Workshop: Pop-Ups with Ginny Baughman
Join the Dayton Society of Artists virtually via Zoom for a workshop on Paper Pop-Up Techniques with Ginny Baughman. Grab your roommate or spouse and learn something new at home! Students will learn how to manipulate paper to create pop-ups with a folded piece of paper. We will learn several basic pop-up techniques and then use these techniques to make some fantastic and fun pop up cards. Attendees are responsible for supplying their own materials. $12 members, $7 student members, $17 non-members
- Scissors (two pairs: one large and one small ideal)
- Exacto Knife
- Black ultra fine line sharpie
- Colored ultra fine line markers, colored pencils, or crayons for coloring your pop-ups
- Glue Stick: Elmers or other brand all Purpose Gluestick will work well. (Do not buy all Purpose School Gluesticks because they are not strong enough).
- Something to crease paper with: Bone Folder (ideal), Short Ruler, Butter Knife, Etc.
- 8 ½ X 11 Colored Cardstock Paper cut into 8.5"x5.5” pieces
- Cutting surface (cutting mat or piece of heavy cardboard)
Ginny Baughman is a visual artist who has lived and worked in Ohio her entire life. She obtained a BFA from the University of Dayton and an MA in Art Education from Ohio State University. After college Ginny moved to central Ohio and gained notoriety as an artist there with her traditional architectural portraits and landscapes of the area. About 10 years ago she moved into contemporary multidimensional artwork which has been featured in many shows throughout Ohio and the US. Ginny continues to work in both traditional and contemporary styles and she had participated in a wide variety of exhibitions. She has also been working as a teaching artist over the past 20 years and is continually reenergized as an artist through teaching her students. As a content based artist, Ginny works in a variety of media including drawing, painting, cut paper, fiber, sculpture, installation and sidewalk chalk. After 30 years in central Ohio, Ginny has recently moved back home to the Dayton area and is excited to get involved in the arts scene there.