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Introduction to Printmaking

January 14 @ 10:00 am 3:00 pm

SATURDAY, January 14, 2023
10:00AM-3:00PM PT

Instructor: Kelly Autumn

Location: Room 208

What exactly is printmaking? We invite you to our print studio to experience this exciting art form and TRY IT!

Explore one technique from four methods of printmaking in this very special, hands-on, one day workshop! Join Kelly in this unique introduction to monotype, relief, intaglio, and stencil printing. You will walk away with a basic understanding of each method our Sonoma studio supports within the family of printmaking, and explore how you can join our Open Studio! 

Monotype – Create a single print on a flat matrix using a variety of colors and playful textures.

Relief – Carve, ink and rub out a print using a mini linoleum square and a linocut tool. 

Intaglio – Draw, scratch and ink into a plastic surface to roll out a creative print using a small press.

Stencil – Pull a screen and learn to cut, transfer and push ink through a flat stencil to make a print impression.

All materials are provided. There will be a one-hour lunch break – please bring a bag lunch.

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Skill Level: Beginning

Ages: Adults and teens

Sliding Scale: $50/$85/$135
Class fee includes a $10 materials fee

Kelly Autumn


Kelly Autumn is a Northern California multidisciplinary artist based in Oakland and Santa Rosa. Kelly received her BA in Fashion & Textile Design from San Francisco State University and her AA in Studio Art with an emphasis in Printmaking from Diablo Valley College. She is an exhibiting artist throughout the Bay Area. Since 2020, Kelly has been an Artist in Residence with the Sonoma Community Center and currently works as an instructor and creative coordinator within the Youth Arts and Print Studio programs at the Center. She is also a teaching artist with the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art and serves on the Board of Directors of the California Society of Printmakers.

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