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Block Printing for Holidays

$45

with Elizabeth Cogar

Calendar Dec 15, 2018 at 1 pm

Using Indian woodblocks and a block you'll carve yourself, you can decorate items to give as gifts. Bring tea towels, dinner napkins, table runners, yardage or anything else you'd like to decorate! The printing we do will be machine washable.

ELIZABETH COGAR learned her improvisational teaching and making style from her artist mother. She works with textiles, exploring methods of dyeing, printing, hand-stitching and sewing, and she runs creative events under the name of Makeshop (www.makeshop.co) and sells small batches of hand sewn and printed items (www.yippyskippy.biz).

Extended Oil-Base Monotype Workshop

$150

with Sophie Treppendahl

Calendar Mar 23, 2019 at 10 am

Expand your experience in oil-based monoprinting during this two-day workshop. This class will explore ink viscosity, positive and negative stencils, multi-layer registration, and ghost printing. Students will be asked to bring sketches, photos, or ideas for prints to class that we will work from using gestural marks, graphic elements, and the material of ink. Students will be asked to bring sketches, photos, or ideas for prints to class that we will work from using gestural marks, graphic elements, and the material of ink. All materials provided.

Class dates: Saturday, March 23, 10-4p & Sunday, March 24, 10-4p.

**Intro to Oil-Base Monotype highly recommended before taking this workshop.**

SOPHIE TREPPENDAHL is from Saint Francisville, LA. She received her BA in Painting and Printmaking from the College of Charleston in South Carolina. Sophie is a painter and a printmaker, working out of her studio here at Studio Two Three. Her work is inspired by the landscape and the people that surround her. Her paintings investigate nostalgia and enchantment in the ordinary.

Fun Shaped Dry Point Plates

$45

with Brooke Inman

Calendar Dec 18, 2018 at 6 pm

As an adaptation to traditional intaglio printmaking, that can be very labor intensive and expensive, this 3-hour workshop will introduce the creation and printing of hand-cut Aluminum Flashing Dry-Point Plates. The image to be printed is scratched into the surface of a thin aluminum flashing plate and is cut out and shaped by hand, and then is linked up to be printed under great pressure using an intaglio press. All materials will be provided.

Born in 1983, BROOKE INMAN grew up in the small town of DeMotte, Indiana. Brooke is a nature enthusiast who loves animals, especially her cat (Ellie) and her turtle (Horseshoe). Brooke Inman moved to Richmond, Virginia in 2006 to attend graduate school at VCU. She happily finds herself still living and working in Richmond, Virginia. She is currently adjunct faculty at VCU in the Painting and Printmaking Department. Specializing in Intaglio, Screen Print, Zine-making, Drawing, and Color, Brooke Inman received a BFA in Printmaking from the Cleveland Institute of Art in 2006, and a MFA in Painting and Printmaking from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2008.

Intro to Oil-Based Monotype

$75

with Sophie Treppendahl

Calendar Dec 15, 2018 at 10 am

Explore the exciting intersection between printmaking and painting through new techniques in oil-based monoprinting. This class will explore ink viscosity, positive and negative stencils, multi-layer registration, and ghost printing. Students will be asked to bring sketches, photos, or ideas for prints to class that we will work from using gestural marks, graphic elements, and the material of ink. All materials provided.

SOPHIE TREPPENDAHL is from Saint Francisville, LA. She received her BA in Painting and Printmaking from the College of Charleston in South Carolina. Sophie is a painter and a printmaker, working out of her studio here at Studio Two Three. Her work is inspired by the landscape and the people that surround her. Her paintings investigate nostalgia and enchantment in the ordinary.

Introduction to Mokulito
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Introduction to Mokulito

$125

with Jake Lahah

Calendar Nov 17, 2018 at 10 am

In this two-day class, students will learn and be introduced to Mokulito, an experimental form of wood lithography and carving. Students will prepare their woodblocks on Saturday in preparation for a print session on Sunday. Students should come to class with ideas of a print or drawing for a 12” by 12” block. We will be working with different painting and drawing techniques for plate preparation.
Class Dates: November 17th, 10-4pm; November 18th 10-1pm.

JAKE LAHAH received his BFA from George Mason University in Printmaking in 2017. He has shown his work around the D.C. area including exhibitions at the Torpedo Factory Target Gallery, the McGuire Gallery at the Lorton Workhouse Arts Center, George Mason’s Fenwick Gallery, and Gallery 130 at Western Carolina University. His studio practice is centered around artist books and is one of the founding members of George Mason’s self-publishing collective, TEN09. He currently lives in Richmond where he continues his printmaking practice at Studio Two Three.

Large Scale Watercolor Monotype

$75

with Sophie Treppendahl

Calendar Dec 2, 2018 at 10 am

Explore the painterly process of monotype to create one-of-a-kind prints. This class will delve into techniques of mark making, painting, stencils, and ghost images using various water-based mediums. During the class, each student will learn techniques to create two large-scale monotype prints. Students will be asked to bring sketches, photos, or ideas for prints to class that we will work from using gestural marks, graphic elements, and the material of ink. All materials provided.
*Introduction to Watercolor Monotype recommended before taking this course*

SOPHIE TREPPENDAHL is from Saint Francisville, Louisiana. She received her BA in painting and printmaking from the College of Charleston in South Carolina. Sophie currently lives and works in Richmond where her work is inspired by the landscape and the people that surround her. Her paintings investigate nostalgia and enchantment in the ordinary.

Large Scale Watercolor Monotype

$75

with Sophie Treppendahl

Calendar Jan 12, 2019 at 10 am

Explore the painterly process of monotype to create one-of-a-kind prints. This class will delve into techniques of mark making, painting, stencils, and ghost images using various water-based mediums. During the class, each student will learn techniques to create two large-scale monotype prints. Students will be asked to bring sketches, photos, or ideas for prints to class that we will work from using gestural marks, graphic elements, and the material of ink. All materials provided.
*Introduction to Watercolor Monotype recommended before taking this course.*

SOPHIE TREPPENDAHL is from Saint Francisville, Louisiana. She received her BA in painting and printmaking from the College of Charleston in South Carolina. Sophie currently lives and works in Richmond where her work is inspired by the landscape and the people that surround her. Her paintings investigate nostalgia and enchantment in the ordinary.

Reductive Wood Printing

$75

with Jennaway Pearson

Calendar Dec 1, 2018 at 10 am

In this course, we will explore reductive woodcut printing off the press with water-based, non-toxic inks.  This technique is perfect for printing in or out of the studio.  We will go over carving techniques, inking, printing, and registration.

JENNAWAY PEARSON is a printmaker, papermaker, and book artist, currently living in Washington, DC. She works as an adjunct faculty member at American University and George Washington University. Her work is focused on outsider artists, and the creation of legacy and can be found in the collections of The Library of Congress, The National Museum for Women in the Arts, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Middlebury, The Love Library at Printed Matter, as well as private collections.





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