$175 General / $125 Members + HST
October 1st & October 8th, 2022
1 PM – 4 PM
In this two-days workshop, students will use drypoint techniques to create printed images using sintra board (a PVC based material that can be used as an alternative to copper plates). On Day 1 students will view print examples and a printing demonstration, plan their images, and use etching needles to incise line-based drawings into sintra plates. Day 2 will be devoted to completing the image and printing the plates with the intaglio method using an etching press. Students will come away with a small edition of original drypoint prints on rag paper.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Angela Snieder is an artist working in print media and living in Hamilton, ON. She holds a BFA from York University and an MFA in Printmaking from the University of Alberta. She works primarily with the printmaking techniques of copper etching and photopolymer gravure, often depicting natural spaces and forms. She has exhibited nationally and internationally and has taught printmaking and drawing in university and community settings, most recently at Open Studio in Toronto. Angela currently makes her work out of the print studio at Centre where she is a member.