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Linoleum Block Print Virtual Workshop
August 19, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm$38
Introducing…Kathryn Pitstick and Linoleum Block Prints
Wednesday, August 19, 6-8pm
Join the DSA for a virtual Linoleum Block Print workshop lead by Kathryn Pitstick. The workshop will begin with a demo and talk by the artist. She’ll be discussing the various materials and items needed for linoleum block printing. After that, Kathryn will walk you through how you can make your own prints at home with a kit ($18 value) that is included in your registration. Free kit delivery to a 10 mile radius from the gallery, or pick up your kit at the DSA gallery the evening of August 17 from 5-7pm.
Registration is limited. $33 Members, $25 Student Members, $38 Non-Members. Register Today!
Linoleum Block Kit Includes
- 4×6 Soft Rubber Carving Block
- #3 U Gouge Cutter with Handle
- Water-Based Printing Ink
- Soft Brayer
- Tracing Paper
- 4-9×12 Printmaking Papers
- Piece of Palette Paper
(Pick up your printmaking kit on August 17 from 5-7pm at the High Street Gallery: 48 High Street, Dayton, OH)
Additional Materials you’ll need
- Baren or a Wooden Spoon
Kathryn Pitstick attended the University of Cincinnati’s Fine Arts program and graduated with a BFA from Wright State University. She’s inspired to work from nature because of the emotion and energy she receive from her surroundings. Kathryn stands in awe of the rhythm, interaction and vastness in plein air environment. She searches for a sense of organization of chaos in the complexity of her subject. Her body of work encompasses printmaking, painting, and photos. Delicate details, abstraction, and sometimes ambiguity are found in her compositions. Kathryn has exhibited locally, regionally, and internationally.
The purpose of the workshop series, Introducing…, is to acquaint DSA members and the community to different mediums and methods in the visual arts. In conjunction, the attendees will get to know the instructing artist, their background, and tips and tricks of their trade. The fee goes to compensate the artists’ time, so by attending you’ll not only gain knowledge in a specific medium, but you’ll also be supporting local artists!