Botanical printmaking involves inking plant matter- leaves, grasses, flowers, etc. and printing it under pressure on various papers. While a fairly simple process, this technique produces beautiful and delicate imagery.
In this one-day class you will learn how to make prints from plants, and, then, how to turn these images into greeting cards that could be “suitable for framing” and, definitely, for sending.
- This is a beginner/all levels class.
- A materials fee of $25 is included in the price of the class.
- Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply.
- Fell free to bring a lunch. BARN has a refrigerator and a microwave for your use located on the lower level.
Jan Branham in one of the Printmaking Programming Coordinators in BARN’s Print & Book Arts Studio.
Jan has been teaching art since 1971 with a MS in Art Education and had been a BARN member since Little Barn. Her main area of interest is printmaking in various and all forms. She shows her work at Island Gallery, Bainbridge Island and has had work in shows in New York and California and Australia.