COLLOGRAPHS: THE POOR MAN’S ETCHING Create bold and expressive imagery using everyday materials with an unconventional approach! Make prints out of collages! SATURDAY APRIL 23RD AND SATURDAY APRIL 30TH, NOON-3PM. Instructor: Virginia Diaz Saiki $70 for Processus members; $100 non members + $20 for supplies cardboard, paper, inks, glue, coating and material scraps will be included. Bring additional materials if you want if you want. The collagraph is the most inexpensive printmaking technique, and can be inked as an intaglio
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“Book Art: One Theme, Three Interpretations” features open book presentations from Lang Ingalls, Sammy Lee, and Gail Watson – three artists from the Rocky Mountain region with varied concentrations and practices in the book arts. Each artist will discuss one artwork in detail exploring the materials, methods, and meanings involved and revealing their creative process along the way. These diverse presentations review a variety of book arts approaches which are also visible in the 43 works on display in “Vessel:
We focus on non-toxic processes using mostly water based inks: Solar Plate Intaglio and Relief, Polyester Plate Litho and Monotype. We incorporate digital fabrication methods like laser cutting, CnC routing and 3D printing in with traditional print methods.
Artist Sharon Strasburg will be assembling new work and discussing her laser cut monotype techniques at Mai Wyn Fine Art Gallery.
We are a design, letterpress, silkscreen and etching studio specializing in hand-printed art and ephemera. We produce both contract work according to the specifications of our clients, and publish fine art prints in collaboration with artists we admire and with whom we choose to work. Come and see our space!
My work is monotype on Asian papers that are back lit as hanging pieces and lamp format
The Printmaking area within Art Gym Denver is over 3,000 sq. ft. of dedicated space focused on Silkscreen, Photo Lithography, Plate Lithography, and both copper plate and zinc Intaglio. Two Griffin intaglio press, one Griffin lithography press, one Fuchs & Lang lithography press, and silkscreen capabilities up to 31×41 O.D. frames.