Printmaking: Reduction Woodblock | March 2-4, 2018

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Printmaking: Reduction Woodblock | March 2-4, 2018

190.00

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Instructor: Jane Marshall

$276 - $496 TOTAL WORKSHOP COST
($190 tuition + $15 supply fee + $71 - $291 lodging & meals package of choice)

Woodblock printmaking is an age-old process that is suited to contemporary exploration and expression. Together we will explore the art of Reduction Woodblock Printmaking in this workshop designed for beginners, intermediate and advanced-level artists.  During our weekend together, we will investigate processes and procedures for producing an edition of prints using the woodblock as the matrix and reducing its surface to create a multi-colored image. 

Students will become familiar with carving and reduction procedures, registering, inking, and printing to provide the knowledge necessary to continue working in this medium well after the end of the workshop. During the workshop we will discuss various techniques and aesthetic consideration for your print.

Required Class Materials: Students should bring to the workshop ideas and/or images they wish to transform into prints in order to have the maximum amount of time for carving and printing your edition of prints.

An estimated supply fee of $15 will be collected by the instructor at the beginning of the class. 

Class Level: Beginner/Novice, Multi-Level

Jane Marshall has a long history of producing woodblock prints, having studied with several prominent professors/artists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she received her MA and MFA degrees. Throughout her artistic career, she has worked in several media including painting, sculpture, ceramics and drawing, always returning to woodblock printmaking as her first love. Jane taught at Kansas State University, the University of Wisconsin, Indiana State University, Albright College and UAB. She has exhibited nationally including at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Library of American Crafts, NYC, Samuel Fleischer Center for the Arts, Philadelphia , PA, and the New Orleans Triennial. Her work was included in "Big Prints," an exhibition of large-scale prints produced at the University of Montevallo that travelled to several venues in Alabama. Currently she is working in ceramics and producing a series of woodcut paintings that were inspired and directed by her love for "cutting the block," a basic procedure used in woodblock printmaking. 
 


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