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A40 Woodcut, What a Relief!

Woodcut is relief printmaking. Through cutting and manipulating a wood surface, actual textures are achieved and are translated into visual textures in printing the surface of the wood. We will be working in black and white only, developing a value range and conceptualizing a compositional image with a variety of lines achieved through cuts on the wood. Woodcut is a bold presentation of an artist’s vision. Come and explore this creative avenue!

Level 0 – This is for the true beginner with no prior experience in the medium. Students should be at a level of drawing beyond a beginner, to allow effective investigations of subject matter to prepare for woodcut.

Registration for this course implies acknowledgment and adherence to COVID-19 precautions outlined on the Fine Arts Center visit guideline webpage to participate in in-person courses and workshops.

Instructor: Vicki Square, Visiting Artist

Details

Class Dates:

March 4 - April 8 (no class on March 25)

Time:

1 p.m.-4 p.m.

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Duration:

5 sessions

Location

Bemis School of Art

818 Pelham Place

Additional Info

Days:

Fridays

Notes:

FAC Members: Remember that you must login or register by phone at (719) 475-2444 in order to receive your member discount.

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