Photopolymer Gravure is a relatively easy method of creating intaglio prints from both photographic and hand-drawn imagery. Photopolymer prints can rival copper plate photogravures, but are processed in a fraction of the time and materials, and require a fairly minimal learning curve.
In this workshop, you will learn how to make a photogravure using a photopolymer plate. You will learn how to make a film with an imbedded random dot or halftone screen, print the film, expose and develop the plate, and print a signed and numbered edition of 5 prints.
Sunday, October 5th, 10-4pm
Saturday, October 11th, 10-4pm
Sunday, October 12th, 10-4pm
We must have a minimum of 3 students, and a maximum of 6, for this class.
This workshop is appropriate for beginning to advanced level artists. 6 students maximum, 3 students minimum.
Tuition is $350 per student, and includes all necessary materials. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (310) 453-1691 to register.