June 15–16 from 10am–4pm
Instructor: Robynn Smith
Cost: 42.000 including materials
Robynn is an internationally exhibiting artist from the San Francisco Bay area. She is the founder of the worldwide printmaking celebration Print Day in May, and Blue Mouse Studios in Aptos, California. She is Professor Emeritus at Monterey Peninsula College.
Solarplates are photosensitive plates that can be printed intaglio or relief. They can be exposed in natural sunlight or with artificial UV light. They are developed in water. Alone or combined with other printmaking techniques, they create prints of depth and beauty. Drawn, collaged and photographic imagery, both representational and abstract, work beautifully with these plates. In this workshop we will explore intaglio and relief inking and printing in a non-toxic environment. All levels of printmaking experience welcome.
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