Mirage features a series of images that combine monoprints and black and white photographic transfers to create dream like worlds that speak to memory and imagination. The work integrates her fascination with the idea of mirage or optical illusion by combining her ima...
In this five-week introductory course, students will explore ma king woodcut prints using color inks. We will go over tools, equipment, registration techniques and see some examples before beginning your own artwork. Then students will create several multi-layer prints ...
Ink Shop COVID-19 updates
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- Please maintain 6′ distancing
- We are now open our regular hours.
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The Ink Shop
The Ink Shop is sad to share the news that Fred Madden, Professor of English, photographer, and long-time member of the Ink Shop Printmaking Center has died peacefully on December 6, 2021.
Fred was a multi-talented and creative artist. Visitors to the Ink Shop gravitate immediately to his work. Consistently brilliant and beautiful, Fred’s imagery is a digital form of impressionism that is both reflective and delightful.
Fred has been a wonderful friend who has stepped up to help out in many ways. Helping annually with the Ithaca Artists Market with his humor and helping hands. Without fan-fare and with a warm heart, he made sure we knew his appreciation for Ink Shop and that appreciation is mutual. He and his wife Taf have been the most incredible supporters of the Ink Shop for which we are forever grateful.
We’ve lost a good friend and a beautiful light.