Instructor: Sarah Riley
July 24 - 28
9am - 12pm
5 sessions

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Using low-cost, non-toxic techniques, we will make collagraph plates with both intaglio and relief surfaces, which we will then ink simultaneously with different colors in order to produce painterly, colorful prints. Viscosity inking allows several colors of ink to be printed at the same time from one plate. We will print our plates using traditional etching inks, utilizing a no solvent clean-up. Our mixed-media approach to printmaking will also include drypoint, monotype, stencils and chine colle techniques, as desired.

Sarah Riley is a painter/printmaker based in Wellfleet. She is Prof. Emeritus, former Chairperson and Head of Printmaking at Southeast Missouri State University. Her book, Practical Mixed-Media Printmaking Techniques, was published in 2012 by A&C Black, London. She studied at Virginia Commonwealth University; Tyler School of Art, Rome; Societa Dante Alighieri, Florence, Italy; and University of Missouri, Columbia. She is a member of MGNE, Monotype Guild of New England, and is represented by Viridian Artists NYC.