Made in LA: Celebrating Printmaking with Cirrus Editions Tomorrow, Tuesday July 20th online at LACMA, a celebration of printmaking and artists at Cirrus Editions. They are turning 50 years old. I love that these print shops and methods are being preserved. Check out the article and event ... Read More about Made in LA: Celebrating Printmaking with Cirrus Editions
Recycled Art Supplies Gently Used Art Supply Drive - August 2021 It is that time of year again. During the month of August, we will be having the Recycled Art Supply Art Drive. About Recycled Art Supplies Recycled Art Supplies is a project launched in collaboration between Artist Mary ... Read More about Art Supply Drive – August 2021
Muzeo Reopening featuring Cal State University Fullerton Graduate Students. In a recent collaboration, California State University Fullerton and Southern California’s Muzeo Museum and Cultural center started offering Exhibition space for recent Graduates of the college’s Masters of Fine Art ... Read More about MUZEO Reopening featuring CSUF Graduate Students
I have recently started to expand my experiments with print to monotype and collagraph printmaking. This has led me to experimenting with carborundum. Collagraph printmaking is a fusion of intaglio and relief printmaking, It is a collage of sorts with different materials adding textural ... Read More about Collagraph Printmaking – Experimenting with Carborundum
There are a lot of crossover terms in printmaking and sometimes it can get confusing. It makes some ask what are the 4 types of printmaking? It is helpful to have a category for each kind of printmaking. The beauty of printmaking is that you can use some of the techniques from one category ... Read More about What are the 4 types of printmaking?