slightly wonky


printmaking finished…
December 2, 2010, 7:22 pm
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I had my last printmaking class this past Wednesday.  I really enjoyed it.  We had a great teacher, and a good group of people.  This is printmaking at the Cambridge Center for Adult Education.  We worked on monoprints, collagraphs, drypoints, and wood block prints.  Everyone’s work was so different, but we had a great time seeing what everyone came up with.  We also made sure to have snacks for everyone, especially those ginger chews from Trader Joe’s.  I felt like I was just getting somewhere, when the class ended!  Oh well…my friend and I have signed up for next semester’s class, which starts in January.  If anyone out there has taken a great printmaking class in the Boston area, please let me know!  I am also willing to travel to NYC for a one day or two day class. (thanks, 3rd Ward!)  Well…whaddaya think?

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i am really happy for your new journey and glad that you are blogging about it!

Comment by felix

Thanks so much!!! 🙂

Comment by slightlywonky

Your influences: Albrecht Druer, Leo Lionni, Edward Gorey and probably a slew of more modern, cooler artists I don’t even know about…

(But hey, good news, I’m all caught up; awesome work by the way. Keep it coming!)

Comment by Growing Muses

Hey, I didn’t even notice the little red dog at first glance! That completely makes the print. I would SO stay away from that house out of all the other chain-linked-fenced houses! Nice touch

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