Day 1 at Sitka Center
Day 1 at Sitka Center
At 3rd Annual Living Mark Exhibition opening reception, Verum Ultimum Gallery, July 16.
Trayle Print Studio Group Show at Multnomah Arts Center Gallery, April 1 – May 3
White Bird Gallery
Mixed Media Group Show
March 19 – April 27
White Bird Gallery celebrates 45 years in Cannon Beach. I am one of five artists featured in this first group show of the season. A selection of my recent work is included – collages on panel, paintings on panel and framed monotype collages.
Six collages hanging at Salem Hospital’s new Rehabilitation Center, thanks to Mary Lou Zeek Gallery Art Consultation.
Sitka Center for Art and Ecology
56605 Sitka Drive, Otis, OR 97368
A Collage Approach to Monotype
September 21- 23, 2016 10am – 4pm
Combine a variety of techniques to create monotype prints in this fun, informative three-day workshop. Make your own stencils, printing blocks and relief plates with the natural surroundings as inspiration. Learn to use these materials to create hand-printed collage papers. Next, develop a monotype series using your handmade printing tools, a ghost print technique, vibrant layers of oil-based inks, mark-making with water soluble crayons, and the chine collé method of collage.
Oil-based printing inks are provided for this workshop. Vegetable oil is provided for clean-up. No solvents are used.
Sitka Center for Art and Ecology is located just north of Lincoln City on the beautiful Oregon Coast. Call the Sitka office or visit their website for more information and to register.
Here is my class schedule for Winter Term in MAC’s Trayle Print Studio. Contact MAC to enroll:
Wednesdays 10am – 1pm (class)
1:30 – 3:30pm (optional studio)
January 13 – February 10
Explore trace, reductive, additive, and viscosity approaches to monotype, as well as drypoint and chine collé techniques, in this fun and informative class.
Mixed Media Assemblage with Hand-Printed Papers
Wednesdays 10am – 2:30pm
February 17 – March 16
Create original mixed media collages that include your own hand-printed papers, using oil-based inks and acrylic washes. Incorporate found objects in your compositions.