Instructor: Rhoda Rosenberg
August 7 - 10
9am - 1pm
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A collagraph is a print made from a collage glued to a plate using a wide variety of textured surfaces and materials. When printed, these plates will produce the most luscious and amazing surfaces. This class will teach the many methods of making collagraph plates and combining these plates with a variety of inking techniques. Multiple color plate printing will be taught as well as chine cole. Emphasis will be on experimentation with process as well as investigation of personal imagery.
Rhoda Rosenberg studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (Diploma in Painting and Drawing), Temple University (BFA) and the Museum School and Tufts University (MFA in Printmaking). She has exhibited nationally, won many grants and prizes and has work included in private collections and in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and the Danforth Art Museum. She has taught for 32 years at the Museum School, continues to teach there and at Montserrat College of Art. She owns and operates her private printmaking studio in Merrimac, MA.