The white line woodcut technique was invented as a simplified alternative to Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock printing using only one woodblock instead of several, and watercolor paints to print with. Students will work on cutting the block, painting watercolors on the block, experimenting with different papers, and correct registration. Like monoprints, students will paint directly onto the block, printing each color multiple times to add opacity and/or transparency.
Please note the following change in schedule and price from the printed Fall 2018 catalogue. This will be a 5-week class, meeting on October 12, 19, 26, November 2 and 9, 2018. The tuition is $175 member; $195 non-member.