Dates: Oct 27-28, 2018
Class Times: Sat 9am-4pm; Sun 9am-4pm
Instructor: Roger Hyndman
Open Studio: None
Experimental Printmaking will explore several different forms of printmaking, including solarplate printmaking, relief printmaking, found object, and monotype printmaking. Learn how printmaking is a highly versatile and expressive medium, transforming original ideas into multiple images. The focus will be upon utilizing the tools of the printmaker, your potential and creativity as an artist, the simplicity of plate processing, and producing creative artwork. You will be introduced to a variety of printmaking techniques and practices. and participate in critiques. Learn how to explore the unique sensitivity of printmaking, using an Intaglio Press and Pin Press to create and print your images. The Workshop will conclude with a class exhibit, critique, and celebration.
Material Cost: Varies
About the Instructor:Roger Hyndman has engaged in artist residencies at arts organizations, colleges, and regional schools. He has partnered with the VIEW (Art Center/ Old Forge, NY), Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, Yates County Arts Center, Mid-Hudson Teacher Center, SUNY New Paltz, Hartwick College, University of New Hampshire, Fletcher Farm School, Touchstone Center for the Arts and Crafts, Sagamore Great Camp, and the Saratoga Arts Council. He has also organized and coordinated eight trips to Italy over the past ten years. The focus has been upon the art, history, and culture of the Medieval and Renaissance period.