Tag Archive: Printmaking

Moving Surfaces: Monoprinting – Tara Sabharwal

Jul 16, 2018

July 16 – 20 Studio: Intaglio Tuition: $750 members / $800 non-members Lab fee: $75 Class limit: 6 Materials List This class is currently filled. Please call (845) 658-9133 to inquire about the class wait list.   Explore monoprinting by building up a colorful, painterly surface on plexiglass with oil- or water-based inks. We will… View Article

On and Off the Page: Screenprint and Paper Sculpture – Imin Yeh

Jul 16, 2018

July 16 – 20 Studio: Silkscreen Tuition: $750 members / $800 non-members Lab fee: $75 Class limit: 6 Materials List   Rates Member Rate + Lab Fee $825.00 USDNonmember Rate + Lab Fee $875.00 USD Full tuition is due one month prior to the class start date, so at this time participants must pay in… View Article

Multiples and Experimental Printed Matter – Breanne Trammell

Jul 09, 2018

July 9 – 13 Studio: Silkscreen Tuition: $750 members / $800 non-members Lab fee: $75 Class limit: 6 The registration period for this class has passed. Find more summer workshops on our calendar!   This workshop will trace the roots of underground publishing and artist-published ephemera. We will create a suite of work through an… View Article

Woodcut Workshop – Valerie Lueth

Jul 02, 2018

July 2 – 6 Studio: Intaglio Tuition: $750 members / $800 non-members Lab fee: $75 Class limit: 6 Materials List This class is currently filled. Please call (845) 658-9133 to inquire about the class wait list.   Working artist Valerie Lueth of Tugboat Printshop shares her unique approach to woodcut printmaking, offering insight into drawing… 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

Work With Where You Are: Trudy Barnes in the Studio

May 18, 2018

  Things evolve when you give them time and space. That’s been Trudy Barnes‘ experience and approach during her Studio Workspace Residency.   Primarily working on the etching press, her work here gradually expanded to include the papermaking studio and dye porch. “I like the evolution and growth,” she says. “For me, it’s been about… View Article

Transitions and Translations: Ewelina Skowronska in the Studio

Dec 08, 2017

After years of working in commercial illustration, Art-in-Ed Workspace Resident Ewelina Skowronska is putting commission work on the back burner. Still, her professional experience as an illustrator always plays a role in her personal work. “They are connected and not connected,” she explains. Illustration is where her artistic practice began, but these two parts of… View Article

Woodcuts: Scaling Up from Small to Large – Tate Klacsmann

Jul 31, 2017

July 31-August 4 Tuition: $750 ($700 members) Lab fee: $45 Class limit: 6 Student Material List The goal of this workshop is to learn to scale up a small woodblock to create a larger version, without the fear of making irrevocable mistakes. We’ll create a small relief print and use it as a template for… View Article