Carol Bold: The Reductive Landscape
September 28 @ 8:00 am - 9:30 am
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Come watch and learn as Carol Bold transforms a single tile of linoleum into a multi-colored landscape, using a relief printmaking technique known as reduction printing. For this demonstration, Carol will walk us through the individual steps that go into creation of each reduction prints, from the initial drawing and carving stages to the inking and pressing of each layer. She will be bringing along with her a few prints in various print stages, along with her small printing press, carving tools, inks & rollers for the demonstration. For those interested, there may even be an opportunity to create a small carving of your own, or just try your hand at the inking and pressing process.
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.