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Collograph, the poor man’s etching

Collograph by Virginia Diaz(1)

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

The Prints of Alfredo Zalce A Mexican National Treasure


The Prints of Alfredo Zalce On display at Dry Creek Art Press April 7 through May 1, 2016 “Printing a Zalce Color Block” Saturday, April 8, 1 – 4pm Zalce was noted as “the most important living Mexican artist up to date” by Sotheby’s in 2012. The prints are from one of the larger private collections of his work outside of Mexico. Born in 1908 in Michoacan, he studied at San Carlos Acadamy and Escuela de Talla Directa. He was

Brain Storm

Hafsa matching red onion and cabbage colors with printmaking ink

The exhibit Brain Storm addresses life choices through artworks by DAVA youth. During this project cycle, middle and high school students tackled important subjects like substance abuse, health and racial issues while elementary school students focus on nutrition and exercise. The exhibit opens to the public with a reception on Friday March 25th from 4 to 7:30 pm and runs through June 10th, 2016. Selected prints are part of the month of printmaking showcasing Colorado artists of all ages. DAVA

Art Gym Denver

Art Gym

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.

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