Photopolymer Printmaking and Chine Colle

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Photopolymer Printmaking and Chine Colle

Time: February 9, 2018 all day
Location: Fountainhead Art Space
Street: 27 Oak Street
City/Town: Roswell, GA
Website or Map: http://www.fountainheadartspa…
Phone: 770-714-8841
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Rae Broyles
Latest Activity: Nov 19, 2017

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Join visiting artist Jeffrey Hirst for this amazing workshop !

Workshop Description:

Photopolymer printmaking is a non-toxic approach towards making and printing intaglio and relief plates. The class will explore both photo-based images and non-photo based images such as drawings to produce plates using an exposure unit or direct sunlight. Participants will use Akua water based intaglio inks to print the plates onto paper. The class will also explore multi-plate printing and chine colle processes to further develop prints. While much technical information will be presented over the three days, the class focus is developing imagery. Beginners welcome and materials will be covered in the class material fee.

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