This series of videos brings the beautiful art of Japanese Woodblock Printing (Moku Hanga) into your home studio. Follow along as Annie Bissett guides you through all of the steps from choosing tools to preparing your block, transferring your images, carving tips and multiple printing techniques. Part 1 guides you through materials and tools, prepping your block, making a kento registration system, transferring an image, and preparing paper.
A series of videos that cover the fundamentals of setting up and caring for an etching studio. Begin with how to care for an etching press and follow up with: blanket care, tools, mordants and health and safety.
Join Lynn as she guides you through the process of turning old prints into new collages. Video 1 covers ways to prepare papers, adhesives, working into collage with printmaking moves and compositional considerations. Video 2 provides lots of inspiration as Lynn shares collage art from the 20th and 21st centuries. Video 3 covers how to create representational and narrative collages.
In this two part video series you will learn the basics of carving and printing woodcuts at home without a press.
This series of four video tutorials will introduce students to the exciting field of making handmade inks from natural materials found in your kitchen, yard, the park and woodlands. Finally, you'll learn how to use your inks in monotype printmaking.
Follow Joyce as she takes you through all you need to learn to make beautiful transfer drawn prints at home, without a press!
An online workshop meeting on 6 Tuesdays from 10-12 PM (EST), June 9 - July 14
This class combines instruction in monotype techniques with guidance in looking at your work, and the work of the group with an eye (and mind) to amplify what you want to express. Lynn offers a supportive, lively, exlorative atmosphere that helps students focus, motivate and engage with each other around making monotypes, a direct and flexible medium.
Thursdays, May 21-June 24, 10-noon via Zoom
In these days of changed interaction and altered days, this online workshop seeks to give structure and focus for your imaginative energy in a supportive and small community. This workshop is not technique-focused but concept-focused using a phone camera (or other small digital camera) as your tool.
Saturdays, May 9- June 13, 2020, 10-12 via ZOOM
Let’s use this strange & stressful time as a chance to reflect on your own artwork, deepen your practice and consider new possibilities. The heart of this workshop is sharing and discussing your own work, with an emphasis on encouragement and growth. We’ll combine this with short exercises in making & brainstorming, along with investigating diverse sources of inspiration.