Create rich, etched, photographic prints with an emphasis on unique mark making using photopolymer plates. Artists are encouraged to push the limits by working directly on the surface of their photographs, utilizing a large, unique variety of mark making tools to create their imagery.
The solar plate process can accommodate the stylistic approaches of virtually any artist, from photographers to draughtsmen. Solarplate is a light sensitized steel backed polymer material used by artists as an alternative to hazardous printing techniques. It is a simple, safer, and faster approach than traditional etching and relief printing.
Participants should bring photographs printed onto a clear transparency/acetate 6x8” film as well as brushes and any of their personal mark making tools.
Instructor: Christina Pumo
Saturday August 13th & 20th 10am- 4pm
Max Students: 6
Christina Pumo is a New York City-based artist and educator working in photography and printmaking. As a skilled, hands-on technician, Christina has participated in projects that have been shown in locations such as Pace Prints Gallery, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Guild Hall Museum and the S.C.A.D. Museum of Art.
$75 Guttenberg Arts Members
This price includes $25 materials cost