SPONSORED BY AWAGAMI FACTORY
Breathe new life into your existing intaglio plates with this delightful collage technique by adding color or a second image through the use of colored or printed papers and glue during printing. There will be a discussion of different glues and papers that can be used for this process. Class time will focus on printing and experimentation. Bring intaglio, carborundum or collagraph plates, ink and a variety of colored Asian and printing papers. Glue will be provided.
*ALL STUDENTS WILL RECEIVE FREE PAPER PACKS FROM AWAGAMI FACTORY!
Wednesdays 11:00am - 4:00pm
July 17, 24, 31 (3 weeks)
Limited to 8 students
*includes 15 hours of open workshop time
Beth Ganz has over 30 years experience in plate making and intaglio printing. Her photo-based work incorporates photogravure, digitally-printed images, painting and drawing. Her work is in many corporate, private, and museum collections. Cynthia Reeves, New York, and Gottheiner Contemporary, St. Louis, represent her work.