Dates: October 26-27, 2019
Class Times: Sat - 9am-4pm; Sun 9am-2:30pm
Instructor: Roger Hyndman
Open Studio: None
Intaglio printmaking ( Solarplate ) is a highly versatile and expressive contemporary medium, transforming original drawings, paintings, collage, and photographs, JPEGs, and copier art into high quality etchings. Create an etching using UV light (the sun) without losing your image. The focus will be upon utilizing the tools of the printmaker, your creativity as an artist, the simplicity of plate processing, and the production of professional artwork. You will be introduced to a variety of techniques; printmaking practices, and participate in critiques. The Workshop will explore the unique sensitivity of printmaking, using an Intaglio press to create limited edition etchings. Solar printmaking will appeal to artists of all levels, including students, beginners, experienced printmakers, photographers, painters, and artists of all media.The Workshop will conclude with a class exhibit, critique, and celebration.
Material Cost: Varies, materials list will be provided.
About the Instructor:
Roger Hyndman has conducted workshops for artists, arts councils, arts organizations, professional organizations, educators, and engaged in artist residencies. Roger 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, Syracuse University, University of New Hampshire, Fletcher Farm School, Touchstone Center for the Arts and Crafts, Sagamore Great Camp, and the Saratoga Arts Council. As an exhibiting artist, Roge