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Sunday, April 28 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Images and Texts: A Workshop in Printmaking

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Style will share her work and processes using actual and digital examples in her talk.  The design process — what comes first the text or the image?  She will bring woodcut blocks and the prints from them as well as examples of polymer letterpress using text and image.  Workshop participants will create two works: one will be about writing text inspired by a randomly selected artwork and the other will be to create an image/design inspired from randomly selected text.  Style will share with participants methods to think about and use as they search for their creative solutions. 

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Christine Style

Christine Style is an artist/printmaker and recently retired professor of art at UW-Green Bay. She is interested in visual storytelling narratives using primarily the relief printmaking process, which includes woodcuts and letterpress.  Most recently she participated in Really Big... Read More →