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Drypoint Printmaking – Simple Technique, Great results!
Instruction is free — $20 supply fee
Limited to 10 artists. REGISTRATION REQUIRED
REQUIRED Masks and social distancing protocols – Instructor has asked that all attendees have completed Covid vaccination
Register through Meetup (a Meetup account is free) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Drypoint is a traditional fine art printmaking technique. Basically, you scratch a design with something sharp into a smooth surface. This is the printing plate, and it could be a metal such as copper or zinc, or a piece of acetate, plexi, or even cardboard. You then coat the plate with ink (Akua – non-toxic ink), wipe the plate with newspaper so the ink remains only in the scratched groves, then print the plate.
Printmaker Junanne Peck will lead the session. She will supply the basic materials for an $20. supply fee. (that includes some paper supplies– extra paper may be purchased.) Exact Cash, no credit cards or checks
What to Bring:
Bring an apron, paper towels, baby wipes and a cover for your table.
Bring your drawings or photos to work from and I will have some for you to choose from.
Artist Printmaker Educator Workshop Facilitator Junanee Peck
Selected as a Texas Originals (TXO) Artist by the Texas Commission on the Arts. Peck is a practicing artist-painter and printmaker for more than 30 years. Born in Texas and growing up in New Mexico. Her works have been in solo and group exhibits. Peck also curates exhibits. Peck is a Demo Artist for Akua Inks. Peck studied painting and sculpture at New Mexico State. Peck is published in “Fiber arts” Design Book 5
Pandemic protocols such as masks and social distancing are required.
To support our programs, please donate $5 to the Irving Art Association.