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Intro to Japanese Woodblock Printmaking
|At the onset of 日is 5-day Japanese woodblock printmaking workshop, participants will make a two-color print from prepared blocks using; water-based pigments, 遣 registration, and pressing wi日 a 巴人 - 的所有特点 mokuhanga (wood print) printmaking process dating back to 日e 17日 century. We will then move into carving and printing our own designs with thorough demonstrations along the way. At the workshops’ closing, we will have the option of exchanging prints with one another. Prerequisite: 2D design or equivalent. Additional materials may need to be purchased at 日e workshop. Info will be sent to registered students. Questions about Mary’s workshops? More info may be found at www.marybrodbeck.com/classes.
玛丽brodbeck, a native of Michigan, has studied, employed, and taught the traditional methods of Japanese woodblock printmaking since learning these techniques in Tokyo from Yoshisuke Funasaka in 1998. She received her Master of Fine Arts degree from Western Michigan University in 1999. The calm aesthetics of her landscape prints have received widespread acclaim and can be found in many public and private collections including: the Detroit Institute of Arts, Frederik Meijer Garden & Sculpture Park, Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Muskegon Museum of Art, and Hunterdon Museum. Mary’s passion for the Japanese woodblock print medium is exemplified fur日er in her 2014 award-winning documentary film, 变得发 //vimeo.com/101153644.