Carol Bold Workshop: Reduction Linocut
September 26 @ 9:00 am - September 27 @ 4:00 pm
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Wednesday, September 26 and Thursday, September 27 – 9 AM to 4 PM
COST: $250 includes supplies / Beginner to Intermediate / Minimum of 3 – Maximum of 12
In this two-day workshop Carol will show you how to design, carve and print a multi-layered reduction print. She will guide you through how to design and prepare your image for the reduction process. You will learn how to transfer your design and techniques for proper linoleum block carving. And finally, you will learn registration methods for lining up each print and tips for effective inking and hand printing.
Over the course of the two-day workshop, participants will create at least one small edition of 3-layer reduction prints and gain knowledge and experience to create their own new works at home.
The fee covers needed materials, but please bring a sketchbook, some simple design ideas, and plenty of enthusiasm.
NOTE – Carol will be bringing her small press for anyone who would like to give it a spin, but due to the number of participants, the workshop will focus mainly on hand-printing techniques.
Carol Bold is a painter and printmaker based out of St George, UT. She has exhibited her work in numerous shows and galleries throughout Southern Utah, California, Nevada and Maryland, and has received continued recognition and awards for her work throughout the Southwest. Carol received Honorable Mention in 2014 at the ECAF Plein Air Competition and Best of Show for Oil/Acrylic in 2015. When not in her studio, Carol spends her time hiking, exploring, camping with her family and drawing inspiration from the vast and beautiful landscape that surrounds her. To see more of Carol’s work, please visit her website.