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Introduction to Japanese Woodblock Printmaking

Mon, July 24 @ 9:00 am - Fri, July 28 @ 4:00 pm

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The mokuhanga printmaking process dates back to 17th-century Japanese and employs a wide range of vivid water-based inks. At the onset of the workshop, participants will make a two-color print from prepared blocks using: water-based pigments, kento registration, and pressing with a baren – all unique hallmarks of the mokuhanga (wood print) process. The class will then move into carving and printing an individual design (7 x 10-inch image). Mary will provide thorough demonstrations along the way and give personalized guidance.

Registration Notes

Adult classes must meet a minimum number of students 45 days ahead of the class start date (Jun 9, 2023). Once a class has reached minimum enrollment, registration will remain open 1 – 2 weeks before the class start date.

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