Photography & Etching as Sites of Interpretation and Deviation - April 6th - 7th
Instructor: Lihie Talmor, Winner of the 5th Annual International Print Exhibition
Class Date: Friday & Saturday April 6th-7th
Class Time: 10am - 5pm, includes lunch break
Class fee: $260.00 + tax
This is a special chance to work with guest teacher Lihie Talmor. Talmor is an Israeli artist who divides her time between Israel and Venezuela and has shown her bold, thought-provoking work throughout the world. This comprehensive two-day workshop, open to artists of all experience levels, will explore how a printed image can shift from the photographic to the graphic mode and what can be gained from their combination. By working with two plates—the first etched from the projection of a photograph and the second made through traditional etching techniques, we will create a composite image that brings together photography’s power to record and etching’s power to invent. Participants should bring a digital file of a photographic image with which they wish to work. Knowledge of copper-plate etching techniques is useful, but not necessary.
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