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  Carolyn Suneja  

“The Art of Books”  Using examples from the 18th-20th centuries, walk through the process of printing and binding books, and explore bookbinding traditions and conventions in construction as well as decoration. Learn about marbling paper, folding and sewing pages, types of leather and paper, designed binding, and interesting historical points. Questions and discussion of your special books are welcome! Carolyn Suneja is a working bookbinder, and owner of the Tea Cup Bindery in Menomonee Falls. She trained for three years at the Book Restoration Company in Kenosha with bookbinder James Twomey, and specializes in designed bindings using leather inlays, blind tooling and gold tooling. Suneja is a graduate of UWM's Honor Program, and holds a master's degree in literature from Marquette University.

 
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