As a precaution against the C0VID-19 virus, LINK's Leadership team has cancelled the March 21, 2020 workshop.

Drypoint Printmaking Workshop

02.22.2020 9:00 am -12:30 pm
Seattle Pacific University Art Center
3 W Cremona St, Seattle, WA 98119, USA
Seattle Pacific University Art Center

Event Details

February is the perfect month to escape the drizzle and learn the art of drypoint printmaking! You will learn how to draw on a plexiglass plate using a drypoint tool and how to make prints using an etching press. 

What to Wear

You might get ink on your clothes! Please wear clothes that you don't mind getting a little dirty (or bring an apron or old t-shirt that can go over your clothes). 

What to Bring

We will provide images and illustrations for students to work from, but you can also bring your own. The theme will be animals (real and imaginary), but students are welcome to choose a different subject. Please note that the final print will be a mirror image of your drawing. This is especially important if you are including text. 

About the Artist

Brad Taylor is a printmaker, bookmaker, and teacher. Brad also manages the printmaking studio at Cornish College of the Arts and spends much of his time instructing students on a wide range of processes, such as intaglio etching, mezzotint, woodblock engraving, and even papermaking. See photos of his washi paper making workshop.

leading this workshop

Brad Taylor

Guest Artist

Printmaker, Bookmaker and Teacher

Kristine Johnson

workshop coordinator

Co-founder, Chief of Design, Cognition Studio Inc

Thuy Van Vu

LINK PROGRAM DIR.

Artist and Arts Administrator

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