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with Judith Baumann, Master Printer
Click here for a pdf version: Relief Printmaking Workshop

Saturday & Sunday, November 11-12, 2017
10:00 am – 5:00 pm both days

Multiple Block Relief Printing Techniques at Crow’s Shadow
Level: Beginning to Intermediate; ages: 16+
Cost: $150 ($25 non-refundable fee due at registration, remaining $125 due at class); scholarships available for CTUIR members

Over the course of two days, workshop participants will learn to carve, register, and print a unique two-layer linoleum relief print! Relief printing is one of the oldest printmaking techniques and can be used in the creation of infinite artistic styles. From the surface of a piece of specialty linoleum, negative areas are carved away, leaving a raised surface. This surface is then inked by hand and printed on paper through a press. This workshop will also focus on using color theory in relief. Participants will create a two block relief print using two colors of ink to create a third where color overlaps in the printing process. Participants will work to create a limited edition of their own prints, perfect for both skill and portfolio building. All materials are provided. Participants will be emailed prior to the workshop with further instructions, including source imagery suggestions.

Several scholarships are available to tribal members, contact us for details, or to reserve your spot at 541-276-3954.

About the Instructor:

Judith Baumann joined Crow’s Shadow in July of 2017 and is our new full-time Master Printer. Judith received her MFA in Printmedia from Virginia Commonwealth University and her BFA from Alfred University NYSCC School of Art + Design. She has also completed Tamarind Institute’s prestigious Professional Printer Training Program focused on the art of collaborative lithography.

For over a decade, Judith has taught printmaking to hundreds of students at numerous universities and colleges. Notably, she spent nine years on Faculty at The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington, serving as Instructional Print Technician and was instrumental in reviving the lithography print studio facilities for the school. Prior to her time at Evergreen she apprenticed at Mahaffey Fine Art as press assistant under the direction of Master Printer Mark Mahaffey.

Most recently Baumann taught printmaking curriculum at Yavapai College in Prescott, Arizona and Art Foundations at Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona. Her work has been shown in myriad group and solo exhibitions across the country. Judith is a recipient of Virginia Museum of Fine Art Professional Fellowship Award in Printmaking. She has taught multiple lithography and letterpress workshops in both art centers and institutions, including the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology and The University of Alabama in Huntsville. She specializes in lithography, letterpress, and digital integration in print.