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Sat, Jul. 15, 2017 10:00am — 4:00pm | Add this to Calendar
This workshop will provide basic knowledge of botanical contact printing (also called eco-printing) on paper using locally foraged or found plant materials such as leaves and flowers. You will learn how to achieve the best possible print outcome through experimenting with a variety of plants and techniques. Working quickly on a few sheets and surveying our successes, challenges, and differences, what can we learn from each other? Process a second quick batch and see. Each participant will take home 6 - 8 papers each.Saturday July 15, 2017 | 10am-5pm | At an off-site (on island) location | All materials provided, but please bring an assortment of plant material with you. You will be emailed a list of suitable plants to gather before the start of the workshop.
Catherine Alice Michaelis is a letterpress printer, book-maker, and writer living in the South Salish Sea near Shelton, WA. She is the owner of May Day Press and was recently featured on Craft in America's "Nature" episode as well as in the solo show "Imprinted and Unbound" at BIMA.
Questions? Contact Heather Griffin at email@example.com or 206.451.4017
Take a Collage Vacation at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art! Television news got you down? You deserve an escape to the land of cut-and-paste, in a workshop led by Deborah Faye Lawrence. Join Seattle's award-winning satirical collagist as we pillage magazines and make beautiful art of the remnants. Collage allows our intuitive picture-making skills to surface, as we experiment with stream-of-consciousness and basic design. Whether you choose to depict your Fantasy Vacation, Revenge Fantasy Vacation, or Recovery Vacation, there is room for you at the table.
Saturday August 5, 2017 | 10am-4pm | BIMA Classroom |$85.00 Most materials provided. We will have a variety of magazines to cut up, but please bring some to share.
Deborah Faye Lawrence, MFA, teaches collage workshops in Washington and California. She is a Creative Capital Awardee and 2015 winner of the Irving and Yvonne Twining Humber Award for Creative Excellence in Visual Art from Artist Trust. She teaches in the Arts Leadership MFA Program at Seattle University.Questions? Contact Heather Griffin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.451.4017
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Above: Botanical contact printed paper by Catherine Alice Michaelis
Above: Surreal Bathing Suit, Deborah Lawrence