SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2021
Instructor: Kelly Autumn
Linocut is a type of relief printing method similar to woodblock. An image is carved into a linoleum block and what is left of the block is inked and printed by hand. In this basic introduction to linocut printing workshop, you will learn how to take a pattern, a simple sketch or a photo and translate this image into a linoleum block using an easy transfer method and a basic carving tool to create your first series of hand-pulled prints.
This is the perfect beginner’s class for artists who are curious about printmaking. We will focus on printing by hand as well as the results that can be achieved by using the press. You will gain an understanding of this fun and creative medium and leave with a stack of your very own editioned linocut prints!
All materials provided.
$5 Materials Fee
Adults / Teens
Kelly Autumn is a Northern California based multi-disciplinary artist originally from Santa Rosa. Kelly received her BA in Fashion & Textiles Design from San Francisco State University and spent the last two decades living and working as a creative within the Bay Area. In 2019, Kelly received certification in the field of Printmaking Arts from Diablo Valley College and served as a teaching assistant to her mentor Toru Sugita, Professor of Printmaking & Chair of the Diablo Valley College Art Department. In 2020, she completed a pop-up printmaking residency at the Sonoma Community Center. Kelly is a member of the California Society of Printmakers, and the Oakland Arts Association. She lives and works in Oakland, California.