MAY 2, 2020

Instructor:  Heather Wilcoxon

This is a one-day intensive mono printing workshop.  The instructor will demonstrate several different methods in this printing process.  Demonstrations will include layering images, color use, and stenciling.  It’s a fun and intensive image-making day.  You will be surprised how many prints you can complete in one day.  This class is also perfect for practicing painters.  We will be using Aqua Water-based inks, brayers and brushes for non-toxic creativity and easy clean up.

Students are responsible for purchasing 5 sheets of printing paper (BFK Reeves, 22” x 30” at

The deadline for enrolling in this class is Wed Apr 29. The class may be cancelled if we do not reach minimum enrollment by this time.

$135 members

$20 materials fee due to the instructor at the beginning of class.

All Levels

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Heather Wilcoxon

Heather Wilcoxon


Heather Wilcoxon lives and works in the Bay Area.  She received her MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1988.  She has exhibited both nationally and internationally.  Her work is in several permanent collections including The American University Museum, Washington DC, The Fine Arts Museums/ Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts in San Francisco, the De Saisset Museum and Triton Museum in Santa Clara and the Di Rosa Preserve in Napa, California.  She has received several fellowship awards: two from the Pollock/Krasner Foundation, New York, three painting grants from the Buck Foundation in Marin County, and a residency fellowship from the Djerassi Artist Residency Program.  She is a grant recipient from the Tree of Life Foundation of North Carolina and recently received The 2019 Distinguished Women in the Arts Award from the Fresno Art Museum.  She is represented by Jack Fischer Gallery in San Francisco.  She brings teaching experience from the San Francisco Art Institute, the College of Marin, Kala Institute, and the Berkeley Extension Program.  In 2018, Heather was the inaugural print resident at the Sonoma Community Center.