Jennifer Ghormley: Woodcut Printmaking
The Art Center . 1803 N. 7th Street . Grand Junction, CO . 2437337x 2
Saturday and Sunday, October 26-27, 10am-4pm
Tuition: $220 Members / $255 Non-members
All materials provided
Membership discount registration deadline is October 12
Artist Lecture Saturday, October 26, 5pm-6pm. Free and open to the public.
One of the oldest and most well-known printmaking processes, relief prints have limitless potential for image making. Working reductively, students will carve their images into woodblocks, ink up just the surface, and run through the printing press (or by hand) onto a thin Eastern paper. The result is a stunning and bold full color graphic image, with a subtle wood grain texture symbolic of the technique. Students may choose to focus on developing one image and printing an edition (multiple copies), or work with the reductive process for a full color print.
Jennifer Ghormley received her MFA in printmaking in 2006 from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln and her BFA with an emphasis in printmaking in 2002 from Metropolitan State College of Denver. Jennifer actively shows her work through national juried exhibitions, exchanges, and invitation exhibitions. For more information on Jennifer and her work please visit www.jenniferghormley.com and www.jengstudios.com.
Denver Artist, Jennifer Ghormley Lecture at The Art Center
Photography, Installation, Printmaking, Sculptrure and Fibers
Saturday October 26 at 5 pm
Artist Lecture in Conjunction with the From the Surface: Woodcut Printmaking
Lecture and Q & A free and open to the public
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Pre-registration required with the Art Center