Introduction to Linocut Printing - Feb. 3
$75.00 - $202.50
Relief Printmaking is a process where the protruding surface of the printing plate/blocked are inked, recesses are free of ink. In this 4 hour workshop you will be introduced to the process of developing and printing relief prints using linoleum specifically designed for artists. We will explore block preparation, designing and transferring your image, carving techniques, paper handling and printing without the use of a press. No experience necessary!
Sunday, February 3, 1pm-5pm
Class cost: $75
Materials fee: $20 payable directly to Kristina on the day of class
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All materials will be provided, but be sure to bring an apron or clothes you don’t care about just in case! Feel free to bring a couple of images, designs or drawing for inspiration
About the instructor: Kristina Ayala is a printmaker from Pacifica. She earned her Art Degree from San Francisco State University in 2006. Kristina returned to printmaking in 2011 after joining the Fort Mason Printmakers. Kristina regularly participates in solo and group shows in the Bay Area. Most recently, she participated in 50/50 for the second time in 2017 at Sanchez Art Center with her series of black and white biodiversity totems and in 2018 expanded this series into a solo show at A Grape in the Fog. Kristina teaches Middle School Art in San Mateo and spends her free time at Sanchez Art Center as a volunteer for the Art Guild of Pacifica and studio member making her own work.
Instagram: @PufferfishPress