SATURDAY, JUNE 18 10AM-2:00PM and
SATURDAY, JUNE 25 11:00AM-4:00PM
Instructor: Gail Morgan
Location: Room 208
In this two-session workshop you will create a collagraph plate by building up the surface with a variety of textural materials. You will learn how to ink the plate and pull prints using our printing presses. Between classes, you can create more plates for the next session.
Following this workshop, you will have the skills needed to attend our Printmaking Open Studio sessions and use the presses independently. All levels are welcome!
$20 Materials Fee
Gail Morgan brings extensive experience to the Center including a BA in Art & Sociology, an MA in Education, and a Standard Teaching Credential, all from the University of California, Berkeley. She offers 35 years’ experience of teaching in East Bay schools. Her art experience encompasses scientific illustration, graphic design, watercolor, ceramic sculpture, watercolor, mixed media, encaustic and printmaking. She has authored five children’s books: The Llama, The Arctic Fox, The Miniature Horse, The Tarantula and Leeches, Lampreys and Other Cold-Blooded Bloodsuckers. For the past two years, she has been Studio Monitor for the the Center’s Printmaking Open Studio program. In addition to her first inclusion in the Center’s Instructor Showcase, Gail exhibits her work locally.