Instructor: Lisbeth Firmin
July 9 - 13
Monday - Friday
9am - 12pm
Open studio 12 - 4pm
5 Sessions

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Firmin is pleased to be teaching this highly creative printmaking class again, after its successful inauguration at Edgewood Farm last summer. This is an intensive, 5-day workshop for both beginner and more advanced artists. Students will be turning existing paintings/images into monoprints. Firmin will demonstrate her deductive monotype technique at the beginning of class. We will start off using black etching ink and move into color throughout the week. Students are asked to bring support material  (paintings, other prints, drawings, photographs, etc.) to work from as subject matter. Everyone will be leaving with a sizable body of work!

Firmin is a full-time painter and printmaker, known for her urban landscapes. She has won many grants and fellowships, including a 2017 Printmaking Residency at the Scuola Internationale di Grafica in Venice, Italy; a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship for Printmaking (Lily Auchincloss Fellow), and full fellowships to the MacDowell Colony, National Seashore Cape Cod Dune Shack Residency, Vermont Studio School, and Saltonstall Arts Colony. Firmin is represented primarily by the Rice-Polak Gallery in Provincetown, MA.