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November 5, 2022 @ 10:00 am – 4:30 pm
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2022
Instructor: Jami Taback
Location: Room 208
Join Jami Taback in this exciting exploration of photopolymer plates, a high-quality printmaking process that uses sunlight and water to create a photogravure printing plate rather than chemicals. Learn printmaking techniques that cover inking, color and tools used for embellishing the plate. Bring a photo and create a photogravure with clear details and a range of light and mid tone grays.
Tapping into the mysteries of your creative potential onto a surface, you have the opportunity to print several prints in brilliant colorful expressions. Plates work for intaglio printmaking and are extremely durable and versatile. Some prior printmaking experience is necessary. Students may bring their own paper. Asian papers work beautifully and so does fabric, like silks and cottons with a tight weave. Fiber artists enjoy this process when creating wearable art.
All printmaking supplies are provided including one 4” x 5” polymer plate, inks, and some paper. Additional plates (4” x 5” and 8” x 10”) will be available for purchase during the workshop. Bring a few photographs, a sack lunch, and an apron and gloves if you have your own. Upon registration you will receive more detailed instructions from Jami Taback. You may email her at [email protected] with questions.
Sliding Scale: $30-220
Please view this page to help you decide which tier to choose: https://sonomacommunitycenter.org/sliding-scale/
Jami Taback is an interdisciplinary artist and thinker, whose work involves printmaking, book arts, and installation. Currently she is living and working in Santa Rosa, California. Her work is represented in many public and private collections. She studied with printmakers, Krishna Reddy at NYU and with Ruth Leaf. The artist is represented by The Annex Galleries, CA, The artist has been the recipient of a California for the Arts Covid-19 Relief Grant. She spends her days teaching printmaking processes to eager students and is committed to working in a non-toxic approach to the arts. Currently she is a past President of the California Society of Printmakers.