Instructor: David Bligh
July 17 - 21
1pm - 4pm
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Also known as polyester plate lithography, the pronto plate process is fast, easy and cheap. An artist can incorporate drawings, photography or collage elements and rapidly create layered prints that are rich with experimentation. The workshop will cover a variety of printing processes and ideas for layering your prints with collagraph, woodblock, chine colle and flocking.
David Bligh has shown work in numerous exhibitions, including The Future, Scuola Internationale di Grafica, Venice, Italy, Crossover and Composites: Hybrid Forms, Techniques & Media, UNC - The Color of Thin Air, Sculpture Fix Gallery -Two by Two: small scale ceramic sculpture biennial at Eastern Washington State -and The Feelers, Boston Center for the Arts. David has been part of numerous other art shows shown at other locations including International Print Center New York, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Attleboro Arts Museum, Visual Arts Center of New Jersey; and New Talent of New England, Gallery AA/B, Boston. David has taught at Massachusetts College of Art, Montserrat College of Art and is the Studio Manager at Framingham State University.