Standard Meeting Dates/Time:

Dates: Meetings are on the second Saturday of the month (unless otherwise noted) from September through May.

Time: 10 am to 1 pm.

Programs: We will always have someone teaching us and sometimes we will also have Show & Tell.

See meeting dates for program description and list of supplies you’ll need to bring. Coffee and tea are not provided, but you’re welcome to bring your own.

Some of the afternoon workshops require advance registration. See individual program descriptions on this page and in the blog section.


Meeting Location:
Resurrection Lutheran Church
100 Lochmere Drive West
Cary, N.C. 27518

Google maps:

On Kildaire Farm Road, traveling south (away from downtown Cary), pass Walmart on the right. If you come in on Tryon Road, Cary Parkway, or Maynard Road, you’ll turn south onto Kildaire Farm Road. Continue past Crescent Commons and Crescent Green and turn right onto Lochmere Dr.

Program Line-Up For

2019 / 2020 Program Year

9/14/19 – “Calligraphy Tools and Techniques”, including a Try-‘n-Buy with lots of materials sent from John Neal Booksellers
10/12/19 – “The Calligraphic Hands of the St. John’s Bible” with Jonathan Homrighausen
11/09/19 – ” Three Strokes and the Truth,” Italic with Joyce Teta, with an extra afternoon workshop (approx. $30)
11/16 & 17 – Workshop — “Gilding the Lily,” with Dan Mooney – currently full, but we do have a waiting list
12/14/19 – Winter Social
01/11/20 – “Borders and Brushes”, including working with brush markers, by Jan Hege Galloni
02/08/20 – “How to run a successful creative business and the art of addressing envelopes “, a one-day, two-part workshop by Jessica Yee
03/14/20 – Update: 03/12/20: CANCELLED “Hebrew lettering,” Jonathan Homrighausen teaching us about Hebrew lettering
04/18/20 – Note the DATE CHANGE for April – from the usual 2nd Saturday of the month to the 3rd Saturday.


Program Details for Meetings

Saturday, April 18, 2020
“Introduction to the World of Fountain Pens and Inks”
with Roger Fahmer

(This meeting will be online via Zoom)

In this month’s program, our very own beloved Roger Fahmer will share his love of pens and ink as he takes us through his vast collection, sharing stories and experiences through fountains.   
Following Roger, we would like to open the remaining part of the meeting up to those who may be interested in sharing any lettering ideas or techniques.

About Roger:
Roger is a talented, self-taught man who said he “had a pen in his hand” most of his life. A prolific “collector and user of both vintage and modern fountain pens,” Roger is a member of TCG and is very well known by all of us for his exceptional, graceful and beautiful Spencerian Hand. 

Saturday, March 14, 2020: March meeting is cancelled.

“Hebrew lettering,” Jonathan Homrighausen teaching us about Hebrew lettering

Saturday, February 10, 2020
“How to run a successful creative business and the art of addressing envelopes”, a one-day, two-part workshop by Jessica Yee

Jessica will begin her two part workshop by sharing her vast knowledge of the business side of being creative. She will “teach you a proven formula on how to run a successful creative business.” She has been in business for 10 years, full time, and “will answer any questions regarding the calligraphy or creative business. Even if you don’t plan on running a creative business, it is good to know how to value your work so you can honestly share your (talents) with friends and family.”

For the second part of the workshop Jessica will demonstrate her “style of lettering envelopes and touch base on wedding, social and business etiquette on addressing envelopes. We will discuss pieces of invitations and why they are used and what pieces are traditions that we still use but are not really necessary.” Jessica will also share with us how she makes flowers, flourishes and washes.

For this month’s program Jessica has asked that we bring the following:
  • 5″x7” quality envelopes, at least 2 (envelopes that will hold up to markers/ink…”so nothing from Staples”)
  • a list of names and addresses
  • Stamp(s) – consider them as part of your layout
  • (ONLY IF YOU ALREADY OWN ONE): We R Memory Keepers Punch Board or whatever envelope makers you have.  We will have some to share…
  • Watercolor Paper cut down to 10 1/8” x 10 1/8” (envelope will hold 5×7 or A7 card)     140 lbs or lighter paper.  Heavier paper might not crease as well.
  • Bone Folder (we have some to share)
  • Ink or Watercolor or Gouache
  • Calligraphic tools/markers of your choosing.  You will be lettering in your own style so please bring what you need
  • Plastic t-square, 12” ruler, French Curves if you have them
  • A calligrapher’s most important tool – THE PENCIL
  • Eraser
  • Pencil Sharpener
  • Watercolor, watercolor pencils or water based watercolor markers
  • Dish for Water
  • Brush(es)
  • Paper Towels

About Jessica:
Jessica began studying the lettering arts thirty years ago, learning from some of the world’s premier calligraphers and letter artists. The founder of The Oblique Pen finds beauty in letters and how they are created.  Jessica loves the elegant, smooth and fluid scripts that a pointed pen creates. Moreover, she enjoys meeting and working with clients, sharing in their poignant moments while bringing art to life.  
Jessica is also heavily involved in serving the arts locally.

Saturday, January 10, 2020
“Borders and Brushes”, with Jan Hege Galloni

This month’s program will concentrate on the use of brush markers and watercolor brushes to develop and design borders. Jan uses a pressure and release technique in her work with a variety of brushes to produce beautiful scrolling designs. She will take us through the steps she uses to create works that will enhance your calligraphy as well as many other artistic pieces.


  • pencils, erasers
  • Tombow Fudenosuke Markers (any colors) or any brush markers you may have
  • any size round watercolor brushes
  • regular card stock paper and scrap paper for practice
  • a few tubes of watercolor of your choice
  • small paper plates/palates and small brush to mix paints
  • calligraphy ink (black, gold or a color of your choosing)
  • and last, but not least, paper towels.

About Jan:
Jan Hege Galloni is a current member of Triangle Calligraphers’ Guild and makes her home in Jamestown, NC at River Twist Homestead. She is a confirmed “artist at heart” and this is reflected in her home, her trade and many talents. She has a strong background in both Zentangle and Calligraphy, often sharing these passions through teaching, exhibiting in art shows, and creating custom invitations and painted signs.

Saturday, December 14, 2019
Annual TCG Holiday Party

Time to come together to celebrate with some delicious food. We are also looking forward to introducing some Show and Tell this year. We invite anyone who is interested to bring a piece of their artwork and to share their gifts and talents with us all!

Saturday, November 9, 2019
“Three Strokes and the Truth” with Joyce Teta


Joyce’s description of our upcoming workshop. “There is a sweet logic to the Italic hand. In this introductory workshop, we will think outside the box, to get inside the rectangle, and recover the triangle. A study of sequence and shape shifting will give you a security of form. You can easily own this method of building a solid Italic hand.” This morning session will only allow for the lower case letters. She has asked that you come “with a beginner’s mind, this way you are fluid and open.”


Johnston’s wisdom. “The afternoon class will reinforce the morning process. We will construct a logic of form for the broad edge tool, along with a conscious effort to bring various conceptual elements together. Branching will be our focus. We will learn 3 conceivable variations of the Italic form; which opens the door to infinite possibilities.”

*The afternoon session will be held from 2-5:00 pm following a break from 1-2:00 pm. The cost of this session is $30.00 and is payable at the door on the 9th.


For this month’s program Joyce has asked us to bring a mechanical pencil, ruler, layout paper you can see through (tracing paper can be used as well), your favorite broad edged pen and an ink of your choice.

***For the afternoon class she has suggested that Gilbert Bond unlined paper would be helpful but not required.

About Joyce:
Joyce Teta founded the Calligraphy Centre in 1984 in the Triad and is well known for her enthusiastic teaching. She’s been artist (exhibiting throughout the Southeast) and teacher (encouraging many with her generous open studio approach, as well as regularly scheduled workshops). She is one of the most inclusive practitioners, always looking for ways for others to join the fun/movement.

Joyce, a “lifer”, was introduced to calligraphy as a teenager in an all-girl school convent in London and has been a devotee and practitioner ever since. She loves letters in all forms, but has specialized in learning proper book-making techniques, hence the moniker: calligrapher & bookartist. Clients such as Maya Angelou and the mayor of Winston-Salem have commissioned her work, and her work sells regularly at exhibitions.

She is also well-known for hosting Cheerio Calligraphy Retreats, which she began with her husband Jim Teta in 1984. Cheerio was set up as a retreat in the Blue Ridge Mountains where artists could gather and “work with the best”. It has gained an international following with people coming from 17 countries around the world.

She was Winston-Salems’ Artist of the Year in 1996 and has been teaching and exhibiting both in the Triad and in other locales.

Saturday, October 12, 2019
“The Calligraphic Hands of the St. John’s Bible” with Jonathan Homrighausen

The Saint John’s Bible is possibly the most ambitious calligraphic project of our lifetimes: a hand-written, hand-illustrated Bible created over thirteen years under the guidance of Donald Jackson, former chief scribe to the Queen of England. For the 2018-2019 school year, Duke Divinity School is hosting two reproduction volumes of this magnificent project.

We’ll look at copies of some of the scripts in The Saint John’s Bible to see what we can learn from them. We will focus on the script that Jackson designed for the majority of the Bible, and the story behind how he designed it. By analyzing various aspects of these scripts, tracing them, and practicing them, we can gain some insight into how these master scribes work.


Pencils, tracing paper, practice paper (e.g. Borden & Riley), a clear plastic ruler, a broad-edged nib (your choice of size) and whatever inks or pigments you prefer using. **There is no pointed pen calligraphy in The Saint John’s Bible**

About Jonathan:
Jonathan has been involved with The Saint John’s Bible for four years, and has introduced it to hundreds of people across the country. His book on this amazing Bible, Illuminating Justice, was released with Liturgical Press in 2018. Though he has studied Roman-alphabet scripts, in his own work he is most entranced by Hebrew calligraphy, which he has been studying for the past year. In his other life he is a doctoral student in Hebrew Bible/Old Testament at Duke University.

Saturday, September 14, 2019
Presented by TCG members:
“Calligraphy Tools and Techniques,” including a “Try-‘n-Buy” with lots of materials sent from John Neal Booksellers



Previous Meetings:

Saturday, May 11, 2019
Presented by TCG members:
“Calligraphy on Canvas and Calligraphy for Others”

This month we will explore some techniques for decorating and lettering on canvas. We will letter short encouraging quotes on 5 x 7 flat canvas panels to donate and also learn several ways to create a background on canvas.

Nell Hall will show us how to use gelato colors and stencils, Dara Linn will demonstrate lettering with Posca Markers, and we will try some other decorative tools and techniques as time allows.
In order to give you plenty of time for lettering, several TCG members have already painted backgrounds on some of the 5 x 7 canvas panels. Each person at the meeting can letter on one of these to give away and use another to letter something to keep for yourself. You may try other decorative techniques and take home the canvas to letter later (these may not dry in time to letter at the meeting).
Monoline letters done with markers work well on canvas, but if you are more experienced and want to try your brushes, broad edge tools, or even a sturdy pointed nib, you are welcome to do so. They will work — it’s just a little more challenging.
This is our last official meeting until September. We will elect officers for 2019–2021. The nominated slate is: President — Harriet Davis Vice-President — Robin Gunter Secretary — Peggy Kring Treasurer — Luann Bacchi We will also have some refreshments and take time to say thank you to Adrianne for her dedicated service to TCG. ** TCG Members — If you have not already done so, please be sure to fill out your survey at the meeting OR send it in via email or mail. 
Our members are wonderful about sharing. If you are new and have questions about the materials, contact Harriet Davis, TCG vice-president.
What to bring:
– Pencil and eraser
– Straightedge and/or graph paper
– Any markers, pens or brushes you would like to use
– Small stencils if you have some
As with any calligraphic piece, planning your layout is a good idea. If you can plan a 5 x 7 layout of a short and encouraging quote ahead of time, that’s great, but not a requirement. TCG will provide paper cut to 5×7 for layouts, Saral paper for transferring your layout, painted and unpainted canvases, Posca markers, acrylic craft paints, some gelatos, and a list of possible quotes.

Saturday, April 13, 2019

Presented by Deb Averitt: “Lettering as Texture”

Our presenter, Deb Averitt, describes this program:
    “Most of us want to make more art. So why don’t we?
     There’s an obstacle blocking the way, and it’s located in our own brains. The Critic, Resistance, Disinclination—whatever you call it, it’s that voice says, “You can’t do that! You’re not good enough! You’re going to make a fool of yourself!”
It’s the voice that says, “You have Important Things to do: Pay the bills, buy socks, pick up some milk …” The voice that stops us before we’ve even started.
     In this class we’re going to trick the critic into hiding, so we can mess around, try things out, and see what happens. We’ll use lettering as a means of creating texture and pattern, rather than meaning and beauty. And we’ll play with the results, creating a collage from bits and pieces of our work.
     This is one class that may be easier for the least experienced among us. Personally, I think it’s about time.” Deb on Pinterest: lettering-as-texture

Tools and Materials

  • Monoline pens, markers, and/or pencils you like to write with
  • Glue stick
  • Scissors
  • TCG will supply paper

About Deb:
Deb is a lifelong journaler who started with the verbal side of the equation (words) and expanded into the visual (images). She is fascinated by the intersection of the two and the way they reinforce meaning. Deb is on a mission to inspire creative self-expression—that is, play—for grown-ups. She has learned from many teachers in workshops and classes over the last 10 years, and she teaches art journaling in her studio.


Saturday, March 9, 2019

Presented by Kerr Pelto – Monoline Lettering

This program will be an easy, fun time to learn some monoline letters and how to use them in your artistic endeavors. No experience at all is necessary. Bring your teenagers! The supplies you’ll need will be minimal and you probably already have them.

Tools and Materials

Pad of layout bond paper
Pad of grid (graph) paper
Pencil and sharpener
Any monoline tool you have in your stash, like Microns or Gel Pens, etc.

About Kerr:
Kerr was born and raised in Raleigh, learning the Palmer Method of Handwriting from the nuns at Our Lady of Lourdes. Later, she realized that actual classes were being taught at Meredith College by Don King, and she took every class she could from Don. In 2010, Kerr started teaching at Jerry’s Artarama, and taught there for two years. She has continued to teach students in her home, at ArtSpace and at the NC State Craft Center. Kerr also invites you to email her at if you are interested in further study or if you would like to be on her “Tips & Tricks” newsletter. It lets you know tricks of the trade, how-to’s and such.

Show and Tell
If anyone has something you would like to bring for Show and Tell, please email Harriet so we can plan some time for you.

Saturday, February 9, 2019

Presented by Carol Fountain Nix – Roman Capitals: An Overview

This program will introduce the world of Roman Capital Letters and provide an overview of materials and techniques. Carol attended John Stevens’ September 2018 Roman Caps workshop at Camp Cheerio and will share photos of her work and process from this workshop for the first half of the session. The second half will include demonstration and samples of work relating to Roman Capitals. Carol will demonstrate some of what she learned in John’s workshop and provide some guidance for basic forms and brush techniques. She says, “I still have MILES to go to master this!” We will be encouraged to try our hand at basic Roman Capital forms to gain an understanding of the importance of letter geometry and mastery of the brush.
Bonus Afternoon! Our meeting will end at 1pm, but you are invited to bring (or go out for) lunch, and then stay along with Carol and practice and process what you’ve learned. Resurrection Church has graciously allowed us use of the room until 4:30.

Tools and Materials

This session is pretty simple when it comes to materials — all you need is a good brush!
You will need a 1/2″ flat brush.

Carol says, “This video is KEY PREPARATION for this presentation: John Stevens’s video on Preparing Your Brush for Roman Capitals. I strongly suggest [based on experience 🙂 ] that you not only watch this, but REPEAT this exercise many times before this session. Training a brush is as much work as training a PET! Watch the video and work with your [new] brush, “teaching it” to be flat, like a chisel nib. Use the white soap bar and store the brush with SOAP IN IT, bristles flattened to a chisel edge. Don’t worry about having too much soap in it. Be mindful of the chiseled edge of the bristles and the flattening out of the brush overall. [Tidbit that I wish I had known before the class!]

It will be more productive if we’re all working with the same size brush [and the handout is mapped to the 1/2″ size]. I’ve found that larger brushes work well for entry-level practice so you can see the strokes.”

The best brush to have is the Windsor Newton 995 Series 1/2″.
It is available from John Neal Booksellers at:

Many of you already have this brush. If you don’t and aren’t able to get one, bring what you have, and we will have a few to share and let you try. TCG will also supply paper (Kraft) and some Nicker poster paint for practice.
Other supplies to bring are:

  • Palette: the palette is very important. It must be large enough to properly “palette” the brush, meaning that it needs to be a larger surface than one of the smaller watercolor-type palettes we all tend to use. Several “palette hacks” include: a 4” [or more] diameter flat glass plate, sometimes a flower vase base will work if it’s flat. Or a basic sheet of acrylic or glass cut to size.
  • Water containers
  • A bar of white, regular soap like Dove [I put mine in a small bowl.]
  • Paper towels

Even if you aren’t able to do all the preparations (life happens!) come and journey with us! This will be a good overview of classic brush Romans. You can then gain a great foundation for capitals at our workshop with Joyce Teta in March.

About Carol:
Entrepreneur. Brand Strategist. Professor/Instructor. Calligrapher/Artist/Designer. Carol’s career has encompassed many different areas of art and design. She has received many national design awards and has been published in PRINT magazine, American Institute of Graphic Arts annuals, American Center for Design’s 100 Show, and Communication Arts magazine. Recently, she was a 2018 winner of the prized GOLD Graphic design award for a publication she designed and produced using calligraphy. She is currently the Director of the NC State Crafts Center. To learn more about Carol’s work, please visit

Saturday, January 12, 2019

Presented by Jessica Yee – Introduction to Parchment and Gilding

Writing on REAL parchment (specially prepared animal skin) and working with REAL gold … is it worth the attempt? The short answer is “YES!”, as you’ll discover at our January meeting.  Jessica Yee will introduce you to these wonderful materials, answer questions and help you get started on (and maybe finish!) a rewarding project.
First, Jessica will discuss why you should invest in doing a piece on real parchment, actual cost compared to implied costs, gilding, painting and lettering on this surface.
Next she will show you how to prepare untreated parchment, the tools to use and why we use specific paints, gilding and lettering. She will do one example with step by step instructions.
Then, you will get to practice sanding, gilding, lettering and painting on a small piece of parchment. Jessica will have various examples of versals for those who want to be adventurous.
This class is geared for beginners, with elements for intermediate students intertwined.  Whether you are a beginner, experienced or somewhere in between, come and have a great time working with these classic calligraphic materials.



This is a more extensive list than usual, but if you don’t have all or any of these supplies we will have some to share!
TCG will supply a small piece of parchment for everyone, along with sandpaper, glassine, lint- free paper towels and one sheet of patent gold each. If you can, a $5 materials fee would be appreciated.
What to bring: 
– Instacoll, Jerry Tresser’s Pink Stuff or any tacky glue for gilding that you have. (We will have some to share.)
– Gum Sandarac or pounce or ground pumice already in a muslin bag. (We will have some to share.)
– Feather or soft brush (not a painting brush), optional


– Low tack tape at least 1/2 in wide.  (No skinny tapes)
– A board to tape the parchment to — at least 8×10.  A slant board you use to write on will work.
– Pencil
– Gouache or watercolor that you already have.  Tubes are preferred, but whatever you have is fine.
– 2 Brushes — one with a point and one to use as a mixing/scrubbing brush.
– Water containers for clean and dirty water and a jar to put soapy water in.  (We’ll supply the soap)
– Burnisher if you have one.
– Two pipettes or droppers (exactly the same size). One we will throw away after use and one is for water.
– Saral transfer paper if you have it (optional)
– Whatever tools for writing you like to use — pen holder, nib(s), inks (non-dye-based is best), gum arabic.
– Notebook for notes.
– Any gold for gilding you already have and would like to use.Hearts for Kids
Remember to bring the valentines that you made for hospitalized children to give to Ann Smith.  Thank you!


About Jessica
Jessica began studying the lettering arts thirty years ago, learning from some of the world’s premier calligraphers and letter artists. The founder of The Oblique Pen, she finds beauty in letters and how they are created.  Jessica is heavily involved in serving the arts locally: she’s a member of the Arts Council as well as a Wake Tech instructor, and more!

Saturday, November 10, 2018 

Presented by Ann Erickson and Patty Roemer – Practice with Layout and Design

You’ve practiced your letters, you’ve experimented with some pens and inks, you have a quote in mind, now you’re faced with the blank paper. Where do you put the words? We’ve all wrestled with that question. This program will help you with the process and give you an opportunity to work out a design during the meeting.

Patty and Ann have much experience with creating finished work and have culled through loads of excellent information on this process. Beginners and experienced calligraphers can benefit from the ideas, tips and hands-on time to work out a small project. It could be a favorite quote, some words for someone else, or maybe even a holiday card. You will get to see how a few words can be expressed in a variety of ways, know how to get started with that blank paper, benefit from ideas from our presenters and from other members, and be on your way toward (or maybe even complete) a small finished piece.



Our members are wonderful about sharing. If you are new and have questions about the materials, call Harriet Davis, TCG vice-president.

What to bring:

A short quote or a few words for your design.
Pencil and eraser.
Layout paper and some good paper (your choice of size) if you want to finish a piece.
Your favorite pen and ink.
Water container and paper towels.
Optional – Colored pencils, pastels, watercolors and brush, an illustration to include in your design.If you want to just bring pencil and paper and accomplish a design, that’s fine! 

About Ann
As a professional calligrapher for more than 35 years, Ann has used her gifts to produce illuminated manuscripts, resolutions, poems, quotes, and scripture verses.

About Patty
Patty has been a member of the South Florida Calligraphy Guild, Scribes of Central Florida and the Fort Worth Calligraphy Guild in Texas. She has designed and made many cards over the years and will create the holiday cards for our members this year.

Saturday, October 13, 2018 

Presented by TCG – Tools and Materials Tryouts

Have you ever looked at the John Neal Bookseller or Paper and Ink Arts
catalog and pondered which of these wonderful items you would actually
like … or wanted to try them all? Or maybe you are like I was some years
ago and wondering “just exactly what is gouache?” Though we don’t promise
everything in the catalogs, this month’s program is your chance to play,
try, ask questions, share tips and explore a variety of basic and
not-so-basic calligraphy tools and materials.

We will have four stations set up for our program where you can try out many
different items. One or two of our members will be at each station to guide
and answer questions. The four stations will be :

  • Paper and writing surfaces, with Adrianne Proctor
  • Inks, gouache and other writing fluids, with Ann Erickson
  • Broad-edge and folded pens, with Kerr Pelto and Robin Gunter
  • Felt-tip and brush markers, with Dara Linn

You will have about 25 minutes at each station with a little time at the end
to revisit a station or two.


Saturday, September 8, 2018 

Jessica Yee – Conquering Copperplate

Here is your chance to ask all the questions you ever wanted about the copperplate hand and pointed pens. What is a flange and why is it important? What is viscosity and why does it matter? Are all pointed pen nibs equal? Are vintage nibs better than modern? And yes, it IS all about the oval! We will also go over foundation strokes and exercises that will help you with warm ups and letter formation.

This will be a great time for both beginners and experienced calligraphers to improve their lettering. So bring your pointed pen, layout bond paper, ink and a notebook. And don’t forget your best tool in calligraphy — a sharpened pencil. Left handers, don’t be afraid … remember, you’re the only ones in your right mind! Full disclosure — Jessica is a lefty.



Our members are wonderful about sharing. If you are new and have questions about the materials, contact Harriet Davis, TCG vice-president.

What to bring:
Ink — Any ink you like to use, (Japanese sumi, Higgins Eternal, Ziller, to name a few) along with some dinky dips if you have them.
Paper — some good, smooth layout bond paper
Pen — any pointed pen holder and nibs you like to use — we will also have a few for you to try
Pencil  and a sharpener if you have itBooks for Sale
TCG has received donations of more books than our library can accommodate, so this is your opportunity to purchase some good books for a good price. We will have the books for sale before and after our meeting program. Bring a little cash and snag a bargain!Sunflowers
Our TCG exhibit at Sunflowers Cafe will be up through the month of August, so if you haven’t been by to see it, there’s still time. Invite a friend to enjoy lunch and our exhibit.Workshop with Barbara Close
Pointed Pen Possibilities and Variations, our fall workshop with California calligrapher Barbara Close, will take place the weekend of October 27 and 28, 2018. There are still a few (but only a few) spaces left. If you haven’t registered, you can send $100 deposit to:
Triangle Calligraphers’ Guild
Attn: Workshop
<request address>
We’ve been exploring a one-day advanced workshop with Barbara for Monday, October 29and will be moving ahead with that, too! If you are interested in the advanced workshop please email Adrianne Proctor at yourpaladrianne at program this month will be great preparation for the workshop — see you in September!

2018 / 2019 Program Year

9/14/19 – Conquering Copperplate – Jessica Yee
10/13/18 – Tools and Materials Tryouts – Presented by TCG
11/10/18 – Practice with Layout and Design: Ann Erickson and Patty Roemer
1/2019 – Preparing and Writing on Vellum – Jessica Yee
2/2019 – Hints and Helps for Roman Letters – Carol Fountain Nix
3/2019 – Monoline Alphabets – Kerr Pelto
4/2019 – Drawing and Watercolor to Enhance Your Calligraphy – Linda Starr and Deb Averitt
5/2019 – Lettering for Others with Fun Background Techniques – Nell Hall

Previous Years’ Meetings

See previous meetings page for information on programs and instructors in previous years.