collagraph

collagraph

[′kä·lə‚graf]
(graphic arts)
A print made from a plate produced by the collage method.
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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.
Her focus in art is printmaking, more specifically the linocut, collagraph and the etching process.
The exhibition, organized by the Romare Bearden Foundation, includes over 85 lithographs, etchings, collagraphs, collagraph plates, screen prints, drypoints, monoprints, and engravings produced over three decades by Bearden.
The process for making the book's attractive printed collage illustrations, called collagraph, is explained by the author on the final page.
The collagraph print is easy to produce, does not require a press, and can encompass a wide variety of subject matter and curricular connections.
Girls, Girls, Girls, mixed media, by Xaviere Hughes from the Disposable exhibition at Hereford Museum and Art Gallery; Arboreal Sentinel by Christopher Goodwin from the exhibition Open to the Elements, Sculpture in the Gardens at Hampton Court, Leominster; Adrienne Craddock's Fly Me to the Moon, a collagraph print on show at her Kings Thorn studio; Autumn Tree, a lamp by David Lee at his Brampton Bryan, Bucknell, Studio; Sharon-Louise Aldridge, Fathom, a photograph included in the h.
Manscape # II, Collagraph, 2006, 16" x 9 7/8" (Harold L.
I introduced the word "collagraph" (glue-drawing), followed by a demo of the process of constructing a collagraph printing plate.