This is a 2-day workshop. Classes run 9-4pm with lunch included.
Join BC artist Kerry Pagdin for two days of inky fun.
Design, carve and print your own linocuts in this relief printmaking course. Students are introduced to a variety of tools and supplies, from economical, introductory level gouges and inks, to professional options. We will experiment with printing on a variety of different papers, using both hand burnishing, and a printing press. On day two, students are encouraged to explore two colour prints; both puzzle blocks, and multiple block printing. Using registration tabs are also covered.
Arrive with ideas and leave with prints to share with family and friends! Be prepared to learn, play, experiment, and laugh.
It is recommended that students arrive with a few 5×7 designs to work with, and a sketchbook if you have one.
Material fee includes supplies that will be provided by instructor. See student supply list for further details.
This price includes daily lunch, material fees, applicable taxes and is listed in Canadian Dollars
Kerry Pagdin is an artist and college instructor from Nelson, BC.
Kerry received her BFA in Visual Arts from the University of Victoria, where she majored in Painting and Art History; she currently teaches in the School of the Arts at Selkirk College and is a printmaker operating under the company name Wayward Citizen. Since 2018, Kerry has been creating original linocut prints from a studio on her small family farm. Her work is inspired by her rural upbringing, and a deep connection to animals and nature.
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