Printmaking: Polymer Prints with Stefanie Dykes - Veteran's Workshop

 

What are polymer prints?
Photopolymer plates (or Solarplates) are steel plates coated with light sensitized photopolymer material.CDowen Polymer Inkdrawing

With simple techniques, participants will create plates similar to etching, lithograph and relief printing without the hazardous materials sometimes used in traditional printmaking. We will be painting with India ink and drawing with Stabillo pencils . We’ll learn how to print and develop photographic film positives. Once our transparencies are completed, we expose our images to the photopolymer plates.

Watch as your images emerge using only sunlight and ordinary tap water!

Everyone will get experience using the press and hand-burnishing their prints.

ABOUT THE TEACHING ARTIST

Stefanie Dykes is a co-founder of Saltgrass Printmakers. Established in 2003, Saltgrass Printmakers is a non-profit printmaking studio and gallery located in Salt Lake City, Utah. Stefanie has taught a broad range of print- making techniques at University of Utah, Westminster College, Snow College and Saltgrass Printmakers. She exhibits nationally and internationally. Stefanie spent last fall at PLAYA, a residency for visual artists, scientists, composers, writers, etc., in the Oregon Outback near Summerlake, Oregon.

WORKSHOP DATES: April 23, 30 and May 7, 14

TIME: 10AM-1PM

LOCATION: SALTGRASS PRINTMAKERS - 2126 S 1000 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84106

NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 10

COST: $10 (includes supplies)

To inquire about fee reductions or accessibility accommodations, please contact .

To REGISTER, please contact Heather Brown: or 801-582-1565, ext. 1559

Event Properties

Event Date 04-23-2016 10:00 am
Event End Date 04-23-2016 1:00 pm
Registration Start Date 11-05-2015 12:00 am
Capacity 10
Available place 10
Individual Price $10.00

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