DateJun 30, 2017 - Sep 29, 2017
TimeFridays, 1-4 PM
Price$160
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Silkscreen Printing & Photo Silkscreen Methods

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ABOUT THIS CLASS

This class will address photo silkscreen printing processes using light sensitive emulsion. Simply stated, photo silkscreen printing involves use of a stretched screen. The screen acts almost as a negative. Ink is pushed through the screen to produce a positive image. Images and marks made on a clear substrate, such as acetate, can be used to create a screen. For those with photoshop or graphic computer skills, a film positive can also be used to create a screen. We will cover basic information for people who are new to the process, but the class will also be a great venue for more advanced printing, including photographic imagery for those working in or wanting to learn about that technique. The class will address each participant at their own comfort level. Nothing is too simple, or too complicated.

Wayne Montecalvo is a multi-disciplinary artist who holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. He currently lives and maintains his studio in Rosendale, New York. Wayne’s work has been featured in solo and two-person exhibitions at The Hall of Awa Japanese Handmade Paper, Yamakawa, Tokushima, Japan; Muroff Kotler Visual Arts Gallery, SUNY Ulster, Stone Ridge, NY; and CHRCH Project Space, Cottekill, NY. Wayne’s awards and honors include the 2016 Awagami Artist-in-Residence Program in Japan; Two Full Fellowship Awards from the Vermont Studio Center; Two Residencies at the Frans Masereel Zentrum voor Grafiek, Kasterlee, Belgium and the John Michael Kohler Foundation Arts/Industry Artist-in-Residence, Sheboygan, WI. From 1998-2013 taught in the Art Department at the State University of New York, New Paltz campus. Additional teaching and related experience include R&F Handmade Paints, Pilchuck Glass School, the Printmaking Center at the College of Santa Fe, and Bard College.

In an effort to maintain our non-toxic environment, the Woodstock School of Art  does not permit the use of turpentine or mineral spirits. Additionally, please refrain from wearing perfume, cologne or scents of any kind. Learn more.

$160/4 consecutive classes
June 30–September 29, Fridays, 1–4 PM (No class Friday, August 4)

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