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April 2022

Encaustic Collagraph Printmaking: Merging of Mediums with Elise Wagner

April 27, 2022 - April 27, 2023
Essence of Mulranny Art Retreat, Virtual

Learn how to print from the textures of wax. Elise Wagner will guide you through her unique printmaking method she innovated which brings together techniques characteristic to encaustic painting with that of collagraph printmaking. A collagraph is a collaged printing plate where typically various fabrics, organic material, string, or flat objects are inked and printed from. In this class, we replace the collage materials with white encaustic wax and create multiples that can vary in depth, color, paper, plate type,…

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June 2022

The Viewer Becomes a Traveler: Making Scroll Prints with Speedball Professional Artist Network Partner Joyce Silverstone

June 2 @ 10:00 am - June 5 @ 5:00 pm
Zea Mays Printmaking, 320 Riverside Drive
Florence, MA 01062 United States
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June 2 - 5 / 10am to 5pm Play, improvise and learn how to print monotype and relief images that move across the page, working either abstractly or figuratively. Draw, compose and collage a series of prints either vertically or horizontally with fluid overlaps to tell a story and create a visual poetic line. Carve and incise plastic plates while exploring monotype inking methods on surfaces that disrupt and enhance the chance for beauty and accident. Techniques demonstrated will include:…

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The Painted Pot – Guest Artist Workshop with Speedball Professional Artist Network Partner Bede Clark

June 11 - June 12
Jackie Sedlock Pottery, 1179 Mason Hill Rd N
Pownal, VT 05261 United States
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$400 – $600

This workshop will explore both wheel-thrown and hand-built pottery and drawing/painting on the clay with a focus on building a personal approach to form and imagery. The workshop will be presented as hands-on. Demonstrations, slide lectures and group discussion in this workshop will focus on basic forming and painting skills, but more, we will seek to clarify strategies for creating articulate individual pottery forms. Forms created will be decorated with a direct and simple approach to painting, with a earthenware…

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Intention and Surprise: Printmaking with Akua Inks with Catherine Kernan

June 13 - June 17
High House / Peconic Peconic, NY 11958 United States + Google Map
$550

Price: $550 workshop cost includes materials (except paper), and dinner + 3 lunches. Modifying and controlling the viscosities of inks yields results that cannot be achieved any other way. Taking advantage of the ink interactions allows the development of multi-color prints from a single plate, and naturally leads to sequences of related images Understanding the interaction of inks is fundamental. This three-day intensive workshop will introduce and deepen your understanding of how to mix, modify, and to use Akua inks…

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Summer Mark-Making Lab with Speedball Professional Artist Network Partner Joyce Silverstone

June 18 @ 10:00 am - June 19 @ 5:00 pm
Shepherd & Maudsleigh Studio, 27 Dunstan St.
West Newton, 02465 United States
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Summer Mark-Making Lab  Shepherd & Maudsleigh Studio June 18 + 19 / 10am to 5pm Participants will explore beautiful drypoint mark-making: Scratch, sand, and abrade the surface of a plastic plate to create an image that can be wiped with tarlatan which allows those burrs and kicked up plate material to hold ink. Petg plastic will be the substrate for the drypoints and monotypes, which is a flexible, transparent plastic sheet.  We’ll proof and print these plates using Akua Intaglio…

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July 2022

Solarplate with Dan Welden

July 4 - July 8
Making Art Safely, 7506 A Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87505 United States
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$1071.43

Limited to 8 each class Artists wishing to experience high quality and detail with intaglio or relief, Solarplate provides both, and in an environmentally friendly way. You will get to create quality impressions, without the use of nasty acids, grounds or sharp tools on a long lasting plate. Solarplate is such a creative person’s process. It easily allows for drawing and/or painting, photocopy or computer images. Your image is readily transferred to a light sensitized Solarplate that then is developed in…

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Monoprinting for Printmakers, Painters, and Photographers with Susan Rostow

July 10 - July 16
Hamilton College, 198 College Hill Road
Clinton, NY 13323
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Art New England  / A Mass Art Program Week One: July 10–16, 2022 Art New England will take place at Hamilton College in Clinton, Upstate New York Link to Art New England workshop website  https://ane.massart.edu/week_one/monoprinting-for-printmakers-painters-and-photographers/ For more information and registration please contact Jackie Knight jknight@massart.edu This workshop is designed for any artist who wants to learn how to create unique prints without a large investment in equipment. We will be using the handheld Pin Press which offers the mobility that allows you to create prints at home,…

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CNC Intensive Play with Blocks and Inks with Catherine Kernan

July 11 - July 15
Making Art Safely, 7506 A Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87505 United States
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$999

Price:$999 + Tax Turn high contrast images into relief woodcuts without touching a carving tool. Your images will be pre-carved by a CNC machine and ready to use upon arrival. More blocks can be carved during the workshop, and hand carving can be added. We will ink and print the blocks in a wide variety of ways, such as off-setting to plastic or wood for viscosity rolling; lifting ink with the wood block; inserting tissue for a texture layer; and…

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Direct-to-Plate Photopolymer Gravure with Don Messec

July 25 - July 29
Making Art Safely, 7506 A Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87505 United States
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$1071.43

DTP (Direct-to-Plate) produces gravure quality plates to print without the need of a vacuum frame, transparency films, screens or carbon tissue, not even baths of chemicals like multiple baths of Ferric Chloride – just water. There is no longer the need to go through the laborious process of masking, etching, etching again and again, deoxidation of a metal plate – rinse, repeat. And because digital imaging can be exploited to create content, anything can end up in a plate: drawing, photos,…

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