Use our collection of wood type, dingbats and line-block illustrations to make two color holiday cards. Each participant will go home with 10 cards.
Sunday December 18 2022 10 AM - 3 PM In this workshop you will learn about the Japanese art of marbling called Suminagashi, and how it differs from traditional western techniques. You will learn how to make different patterns and you will explore the numerous color combinations. We will discuss what else you could do […]
Learn the art and craft of hand-binding in this introductory class. We'll discuss the fascinating evolution of the physical book, study the properties of paper and materials used in bookmaking, and practice crafting a series of useful and beautiful book structures. The structures will include: the Pamphlet Stitch, Accordion Fold. All levels of experience are welcome.
Learn a new way of making prints by using materials that would normally be thrown away, like foam trays and silver lined cartons. Instead of using a traditional method, draw onto foam or scribe silver cartons to create interesting prints.
It's a fun, hands-on class that teaches new skills and helps people think about ways to reuse things. The result is beautiful prints made from recycled materials that are good for the environment.
A dynamic and interactive experience for artists of all levels, participants will learn how to create one-of-a-kind prints using the screenprinting process in conjunction with monotype techniques. They will start by creating their designs, which will then be transferred onto a screen for printing. Participants will use vivid inks and various printing tools to build multiple layers, transparencies, and textures to complete their final prints. This workshop encourages participants to embrace their creativity and take risks as they explore new ways of making prints.
This workshop is a fun family printmaking class. We will be painting stenciled mylar plates with water-based inks to create subtle and intricate monotype prints. This process allows you to paint quickly onto the mylar plates, then transfer the ink to dampened paper using an etching press. You will learn about ghost images, which can achieve wonderful effects with immediate results. This technique is completely non-toxic and the fee covers participation for 1 parent and elementary school age child.
Copper plate etching is a process where a polished piece of copper is processed with either engraving or an acid bath with the intention of creating grooves and lines to hold ink. Ink is applied to the whole plate, then carefully wiped down leaving the ink the grooves and lines. The plate is then ran through the press with a sheet of damp paper for the final print.
Sunday 1/21 10 AM - 3 PM $75 non-associates / $63.75 associates ($35 for materials) The Coptic Stitch is an historic book structure that features an exposed chain stitch along the spine and hard covers. in this class, students will learn how to prepare black walnut boards by drilling holes and sanding, and then […]