Make It Wild: Linocut Printmaking with Liz Baldwin
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In this class, you will design, carve, and print your own linocuts to create a set of identical relief prints. Participants will experiment with color layering through either multi-block or reduction printing, as well as different methods of hand printing.
The class will begin with an introduction to the process and materials, and then a demonstration of different carving and printing techniques. By the end of this class, participants will have their own edition of matching prints. All experience levels are welcome!
Liz is a recent graduate of the University of Wyoming, where she received her BA in Studio Art. She fell in love with printmaking for its versatility, and its deep historical connections and traditions. Bright colors, strong shapes, and whimsical, dream-like imagery feature in much of Liz’s artwork (as well as quite a few birds). Liz is working at the National Museum of Wildlife Art as the Lillian Thomason Gemar Education intern this summer.