Intaglio: Printing From Below the Surface
June 20 - 21, 2015; 2 days; 9am - 4pm
Location: Eco-Friendly Print Studio
Look at etching or drypoint prints by Rembrandt, Whistler, or Duerr to see some of what can be done using the intaglio process. These prints are made by creating texture on a plate, filling the texture with ink, and using a press to transfer the ink to paper. It is one of the oldest and most used printing processes. Students will use drypoint to create images on copper plates, which will then be inked and printed using a state of the art Takach press.
This class qualifies students to independently use the Print Studio.
This class will be cancelled on Monday, June 15, 2015
, if minimum student enrollment has not been met. Please register before this date.
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