Tag Archive: Printmaking

Moving Surfaces: Monoprinting – Tara Sabharwal

Aug 19, 2019

Moving Surfaces: Monoprinting – Tara Sabharwal Dates: August 19 – 23, 2019 Studio: Intaglio Tuition: $750 members / $800 non-members Lab fee: $75 Class limit: 6 In order to reserve your space in the class, we require a $300 deposit. This class is currently full. To inquire about the waitlist, please call (845) 658-9133 or… View Article

Woodcut Workshop – Valerie Lueth

Jul 08, 2019

[asp_product id=”35242″]   Materials List Working artist Valerie Lueth of Tugboat Printshop shares her unique approach to woodcut printmaking, offering insight into drawing and carving techniques, transferring, registering and printing multi-block color, tool maintenance and more. Expand your application of traditional woodcut craft while experiencing Valerie’s intricate & spirited methods of block printing! In class,… View Article

Fabric of Daily Life: Padma Rajendran in the Studio

Nov 09, 2018

Artist Padma Rajendren’s work delivers themes of migration, women, labor, and the narratives of domesticity by grounding us in earthly, bodily experiences. Despite the aesthetic lightness, she delivers bright and playful forms that hold weight with meaning, “I’m trying to communicate ideas that are not always lighthearted, but it’s harder to ignore the lovely things.”… View Article

Taking Care: Yasmina Karli Malmsten

Nov 02, 2018

Malmo based artist Yasmina Karli Malmsten’s prints are tender and intimate. Figures lounge in pools, stretch, or recline against one another. And notably these figures are all female. Throughout her work the body takes precedence, its shape held solid with blocks of color. The depiction of women at rest and being vulnerable with one another… View Article

2018 Spring Interns: Life on the Binne

Sep 28, 2018

  Back in January, when the trees were bare and everything was covered in snow, our new Studio, Nonprofit Management, and Ceramic interns arrived at WSW. Nine-months later, winter, spring, and summer have passed, and as the leaves are starting to turn and the air is getting crisp, three of these interns are moving off… View Article

Layered Experience: Carola Persson in The Studio

Sep 20, 2018

The layers in Carola Persson’s prints build up like memories, marks emerg strong and clear while others fade into the background or lurk off to the side. With allusive line work, her scenes are charged with emotion and tell stories of a vast internal landscape.Interested in the dynamic of the individual and the group, Persson… View Article

Techniques of the Hand: Kristen DeGree in the Studio

Aug 10, 2018

“I’m intrigued by anything where the evidence of the hand or sense of intimacy changes though a technical process.” Having spent a formative year as a studio intern at Women’s Studio Workshop in 2009, Kristen DeGree returned in 2018 for the Art-in-Education Workspace Residency, working with elementary students in the paper and silkscreen studio. Her… View Article

Editing Memories with Kyung Eun You

Aug 03, 2018

  As Kyung Eun You prints, she weaves complex narratives together in a simplified grid. But a simple format is the most effective way to deliver her compelling stories about family, memory, and philosophical mysticism. Her personal and imaginary chronicle is etched into the linoleum squares, mythologized block by block as she reconstructs important moments… View Article

Citizen Science: Hollis Moore in the Studio

Jun 29, 2018

“First art needs to collect your attention and encompass you in a viewing experience” Studio Workspace resident Hollis Moore says, “and second it might become a space to learn something.” Contextualized by place and environmental issues, Moore directly engages her art with the landscape in a “collaborative” effort to “try and figure out their voice.”… View Article

The game’s afoot! Carol Flueckiger in the Studio

Jun 18, 2018

Carol Flueckiger is exhausted. She’s exhausted over the use of the word FREEDOM in America. She’s exhausted from teaching at Texas Tech University in classrooms where conceal and carry is law. She’s tired of flowery language and historical studies of heroic decisions that aren’t decisions at all. She’s exhausted with artist statements that are all… View Article