collagraph

collagraph

[′kä·lə‚graf]
(graphic arts)
A print made from a plate produced by the collage method.
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Carol envisages people getting to know each other over afternoon tea and a tour of Blanchland - then it'll be offto take some photos or do sketches and into the studio, a 20-minute drive away, to get to grips with the collagraph printing technique that she has mastered so effectively.
At Peligro Amarillo, Nava will present small-scale studies of his expanded forms, a series of collagraph prints and frescos inspired by textures and shapes of vessels and other objects of his home and studio.
Simpson arrived at this system gradually, through collagraph prints, mixed-media collages, and drawings from 1976 to 1978.
Cleveland College of Art and Design textile student Gill Kirk, 49, was presented with the Joe Cole award for best artwork for her tulip collagraph.
LINDA Davies hosts a collagraph printmaking masterclass at Conwy's Royal Cambrian Academy on Feb 23.
The process for making the book's attractive printed collage illustrations, called collagraph, is explained by the author on the final page.
Throughout her career Osgood experimented with a variety of mediums and ultimately produced what are considered the best examples of serigraph and collagraph (a form of hand embossing) artworks in existence today.
In Bearden's Prelude to Troy, a 1969 collagraph on paper, now in the National Gallery of Art, Washington D.