EXHIBIT – January 8, 2016 to February 19, 2016
ARTISTS RECEPTION – January 8, 2016 from 6pm to 8pm
WORKSHOP – Saturday, January 9th from 10am to 4pm
Exhibit: Steeped in historical tradition and using contemporary concepts, this exhibit sheds light on a very complex art form and forever distinguish the print-makers prints from reproductions of existing art and photography.
Printmaking covers a wide range of processes that allow artists to create original works of art – usually on paper, but sometimes on other materials. These processes include woodcut, lithography, relief, etching, screen printing and digital imaging.
Jennifer Harper (Mount Dora),
David Hunter (Winter Park),
Donne Bitner (Orlando),
Omar Richardson (Tampa),
Mary Fischer (Dripping Springs, TX),
Debra Olin (Boston, MA),
Denee Black (North Carolina),
Judy Jones (North Carolina),
Nomi Silverman (Connecticut),
Florence Gidez (New York City),
John Hitchcock (Madison, WI), and
Emily Arthur (Madison, WI)
“The Movable Matrix: Having Fun with Monoprints”
January 9th, 2016
10am to 4pm
Location: Harper Printmaking Studio
1128 N. Donnelly Street, Mount Dora
Explore Debra Olin’s ongoing curiosity with folklore and superstitions. Olin will teach her collagraph techniques in a workshop Saturday January 9TH.
This workshop is about creating monoprint collages and constructions using nontraditional, everyday materials. Fabric, wire and hot glue will be used to make stencils. Textures and layering with movable plates and using ghost prints and collage will open a range of possibilities.
Open to ALL levels of experience
$90 member, $120 non-members
Contact Nancy to Register and for more information.