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Guest Artist Workshop: White Line Woodcut

Art - Class/Workshop

Sunday, October 22, 2017
9:30 AM-4:00 PM

Worcester Art Museum
55 Salisbury Street
Worcester, MA 01609
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White Line Woodcut is a technique developed by Blanche Lazell and others around 1915 in Provincetown, MA. Inspired by Japanese wood-block printing and American crafts techniques, this simple, painterly woodblock method is a way to make a multi-colored print from one block. Learn how to use watercolor, and print with a baren or spoon. This is a technique that does not require any special equipment. In this workshop you will learn the basics, starting with carving linear drawings into pine boards and finishing by printing with watercolors. No prerequisite. All levels of ability are welcome. Some supplies are provided. Wood, Japanese paper, watercolors, and basic tools will be provided.

Cost: Nonmember $95 Member $85.50

Suggested Audiences:Adult

Website: https://portal.worcesterart.org/classes/view-course?dm_courseid=143dc7ab-1067-e711-80e1-005056ac159b
E-mail:transactions@worcesterart.org
Phone: 508-793-4333

Last Modified: August 17, 2017 at 1:32 PM

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