Our group was made up of different sort of artists and the age range was from 7 to 70. We did the sort of deluxe tour that includes making a print, making paper, plus the tour and a a history of papermaking. The print studio was quite fun, we each made a monotype print and a blind impression using a lovely big yellow press. The tour was lead in English by a very knowledgeable and lively French man, he was able to speak to and engage our rather diverse group quite well. We each made two sheets of paper and I have to say as a paper geek it was quite a thrill. The setting alone is worth a visit and if you do go, buy more paper than you think you need, you will thank yourself for this act later. It is the best paper. Great for printing, ink, drawing, and watercolor.
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