SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 2022
Instructor: Jami Taback
Location: Room 208
Bring with you a memory, a dream or reality and learn how to express those feelings in a printmaking process. Tap into your inner spirit with vibrant colorful inks that wash with soap and water. This is a chemical-free/non-toxic workshop. A fairly simple template process allows you to alter and change each print. Students usually take home three finished prints but you may just want to play with this new process and take it in a different direction. The prints can be as simple or sophisticated as you like. Collage is the final touch and often unifies the image, adding interest and dimension. Students can bring their own collage papers or use those provided.
All levels of printmaking experience are welcome.
Please bring a bag lunch.
No Supply List.
$25 Materials Fee
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 President of the California Society of Printmakers. Jami is the Founding Director of Talk Art, Inc., an art history lecturing service begun in 1972 in NYC continuing for 32 years. Her love of art keeps her curious and current.