COLLOGRAPH PRINTING: WITH AND WITHOUT A PRESS CLARE MURRAY ADAMS

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Collagraphy is a relief-printing process that involves attaching low relief shapes, fibers, textured materials, etc., to a sturdy substrate such as cardboard or mat board. This collaged surface is sealed, then inked and printed allowing one to make multiple prints from the plate. The workshop is structured to allow the participants to make several collagraph plates, printing them on paper as well as fabric. We will print with and without a press allowing one to see the benefits of this process even if you don’t have access to a press. Mixed media techniques will be covered as a way to enhance the possibilities inherent in collagraphy. Beginner to Intermediate

Tuition: $615 (lunch is included) 
Studio/Materials Fee: $45 
Registration Fee: $30*
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Clare Murray Adams received a BFA from Kent State University and her MFA from Vermont College. She is a retired Professor of Art and former Chair of the Visual Art Department at Malone University in Canton, Ohio, now living in rural Southington, Ohio where she maintains an active studio practice. Workshops in encaustic painting at R&F Handmade Paints led Clare to apply for and receive a residency in 2005 at the Jentel Foundation in Wyoming where she honed her encaustic painting skills. Clare's background in contemporary quiltmaking and surface design techniques influences her approach to encaustic painting, which emphasizes richly layered surfaces with transparency and depth. Clare currently teaches workshops in collage and encaustic painting and exhibits throughout the United States. The venues where she has shown include Quilt National in Athens OH and The Third Encaustic Invitational in Tucson AZ as well one person exhibits in Ohio, South Carolina, Michigan and California. www.claremurrayadams.com

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