Saturday, February 4, 2017 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Instructor: Rhonda Smith, Professor, Chair, Department of Contemporary Art and Theater, and Coordinator of the Non-toxic Printmaking Program
This workshop offers a chance to explore printmaking tradition, using modern tools and materials. Relief printing using linoleum is a wonderful way to create bold, dramatic images with pattern, texture and line. Create your own linoleum print using your original drawings or design finalized during the first hour of the class. Cut your print, and then experiment with printing to see how changes in color impact the final product. Linocut is one of the most direct and immediate ways to realize a printed work on paper, you will leave the class with multiple images to share.
ONLY 1 SPOT LEFT! MUST CALL THE MUSEUM TO REGISTER at 301-739-5727 ext. 124.
Cost: $41.50 Museum Members/$45 non-members
Biography: Rhonda is currently a producing artist and a Tenured Full-Professor of Art at Shepherd University. She coordinates the Printmaking and Drawing program and has been with the college since 1987. She received her B.F.A from Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY in 1974 and her M.F.A. from the University of North Texas, Denton TX in 1976. She has exhibited her work regional and national. The most recent exhibitions include: one man exhibits at West Virgina State College, Charleston, George Mason University, Harrisonburg, VA, Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, PA and Invitational Group Exhibits in St Louis, Missouri, Frederick, MD, Memphis College of Art, Memphis, TN, and competitive exhibits like the 14th National Drawing and Print Competitive Exhibition, Cormley Gallery, College of Notre Dame of Maryland, Baltimore, MD.