January 20 and 27
Mondays from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m.
All materials included.
Relief Printing is the oldest form of printmaking. This course is designed to teach students how to “think print” while carving away at a linoleum block, then how to use that block to make multiple prints and/or handmade greeting cards. Students will leave the class with a working knowledge of linoleum carving, printing techniques and a small portfolio of prints with their own linoleum block.
Presented in conjunction with the art exhibition Rembrandt: The Sign and The Light.
Sammi McLean is a Florida-native and hybridized maker, working with installation and new technology through the lens of printmaking. McLean has taught printmaking classes at various local institutions including the Norton Museum of Art, Dreyfoos School of the Arts and Armory Art Center. McLean received her MFA from Florida Atlantic University in Printmaking, teaches as an adjunct professor at FAU and serves as the Workshop and Gallery Coordinator for IS Projects in Fort Lauderdale, FL .