January 21 - Botanical Printmaking
Saturday, January 21
10:00 AM -12:30 PM
Learn how to use botanical elements to create vibrant prints on paper and fabric! Using flowers, leaves, fruits and vegetables, you will explore ink and traditional printmaking techniques to design greeting cards, a canvas tote, and a tea towel. In this workshop, you will have the opportunity to set intentions for the new year and capture them in an easy-to-frame 8x10 print. You are welcome to bring 1-2 small items (shirt, pillowcase, etc.) to print on during class. While botanical elements will be provided, we encourage you to bring your own additions–flowers, leaves, celery bulbs, peppers, apples, pears, onions, corn, mushrooms, etc. No prior experience required! The possibilities are endless!
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Your workshop ticket includes:
- 2+ hours of hands-on and personalized instruction from a talented artist
- Cotton tea towel
- Canvas tote
- Set of 4 greeting cards and envelopes
- 8 x 10 Cardstock
- Brayer, plexiglass sheet, screen printing ink to use in class
- Flowers, leaves, and other organic materials
- Grapefruit orange mimosas
- 10% off all retail purchases on the day of the workshop
3908 MacArthur Blvd
Oakland, CA 94619
About the Teacher
Carla is an artist, activist, educator, and mama. She loves to paint, print, and photograph and enjoys learning new forms of creating. While exploring themes related to nature, color, and texture, she finds peace and connection as she creates. She believes that art connects us to ourselves, to each other and to nature and enjoys working through the creative process alongside others.
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