• Saturday May 29, 2021
  • 12 pm to 3 pm
  • Class Capacity: 20
  • Ages: Adult
  • Price: $15

Description: Collagraphs are an accessible, affordable and environmentally friendly printmaking technique that can produce really exciting results. In this workshop students will learn how to make a collagraph silhouette using cardboard and masking
tape and print it by hand. This is a workshop for all ages.

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Suggested Supply List

  • 2 rubber brayers
  • Speedball Water Soluable Block Printing Ink
  • Masking tape 1⁄2” and 1”
  • 2 Plexiglass Plates around 12”x15”
  • 11” x 14” smooth paper for printing
  • 11×14 cardboard or other stiff paper to cut silhouette
  • Flat bottom soup spoon
  • Rolling pin for printing the collagraph (optional)

About the Instructor

Marsha Shaw received an MFA in Printmaking from California College of the Arts in San Francisco and a B.A. in Studio Art and M.A. in Painting from California State University Northridge. She managed Mission Gráfica Printmaking Studio at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts for 10 years. Shaw has taken a wide range of artist workshops and has an extensive knowledge of different art practices. She has lectured and taught courses in bookmaking, printmaking, drawing and design at De Anza Community College, California College of the Arts, San Francisco Center for the Book, Richmond Art Center, Arts Benicia, Museum of Children Art and Mendocino Art Center. A member of the California Society of Printmakers, Shaw’s work is in several collections and has been exhibited both nationally and internationally.

Email: paintingpony@hotmail.com

Instagram: @marshashawart

Website: marshashaw.com