Relief and Collage with Prints as a Resource, with Phoebe Toland

  • Saturday, March 16, 2019
  • Sunday, March 17, 2019
  • 2 sessions
  • Saturday, March 16, 2019, 10:00 AM 4:00 PM (PDT)
  • Sunday, March 17, 2019, 10:00 AM 4:00 PM (PDT)
  • BARN Print Studio, Class Code: PR031619PT
  • 6


  • $245 + $20 materials fee
  • $190 + $20 materials fee

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Phoebe Toland is an accomplished artist in print and sculpture.  For this workshop, she will guide students through a process of relief printing and subsequent print alteration through collage and reconstruction.  Adding and subtracting layers allows the building of complex yet related images.  Continuing students can learn some new techniques to apply to their studio practices, and new students will have fun with the process.


  • Prerequisite: none.
  • The materials fee of $20, included in the price of the class, will cover a soft-cut block, specific papers, and all necessary printing supplies.
  • Feel free to bring a sack lunch and snacks; you can store and reheat food in the kitchenette.

About the Instructor

Phoebe Toland is an accomplished printmaker, painter, and sculptor.  She taught for many years, as an artist-in-schools for the state of Montana, at the Holter Museum of Art in Helena, and at Carroll College and the U of M College of Technology.  Her work has been shown across the United States.  As a child, she wanted to be an architect and a continuing interest in house design has been an underlying aesthetic factor in her work.  She is always exploring the interface between humans and our reliance on structures, contrasted with organic, outdoor environments.  Her artwork attempts to reconcile a balance between the natural world and the man made; increasingly fraught and precarious.  To see more of Phoebe's work, visit 

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