SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 2022
Instructor: Kelly Autumn
Location: Room 208
Create your own prints using a pasta machine as a printing press! In this unique, interactive one-day printmaking workshop, you will learn how to turn a pasta machine into a printing press! Using this incredible technique, we will focus on two methods of printing – drypoint etching and monoprinting. There will be an emphasis on drawing from still life objects and tracing images. The instructor will demonstrate various ways to create and pull prints using a hand crank traditional pasta machine.
Students will be guided on how to add extra dimension to prints by layering mixed media such as watercolor, pastels, ink, and colored pencils. This will be a day of fun experimentation and entertaining printmaking!
Bring a bag lunch.
$15 Materials Fee
Kelly Autumn is a multi-disciplinary, self-taught artist, turned printmaker originally from Santa Rosa. She has spent the last two decades living and working as a creative within the East Bay. A former shop owner, she has a BA in Fashion & Textiles from San Francisco State University. Kelly has Certiﬁcation in Printmaking Arts from Diablo Valley College and was the Teaching Assistant to Toru Sugita, Professor of Printmaking Arts & Chair of the Diablo Valley College Art Department. She received a Presidents Award from DVC for her Mixed Media work, and is currently represented by the Compound Gallery in Oakland. Recently Kelly completed a printmaking residency at the Sonoma Community Center in January 2020.