collagraph

collagraph

[′kä·lə‚graf]
(graphic arts)
A print made from a plate produced by the collage method.
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Then on Thursday people can explore the gallery building and make a textured collagraph print.
Other printmakers combine different methods, as in Brecon-based artist Lesley Lillywhite's combination silkscreen and collagraph print Home And Away.
You will be encouraged to creatively respond to Leger's work through monoprinting and collagraph printing processes.
A I am best known as a printmaker and more specifically, for making collagraphs. A collagraph is a hand-made print from a collage and I have been working with this process for 27 years, although I now work with other ways of making prints too.
RELIEF PRINTING II: COLLAGRAPHS Date: 6 October Time: 11am - 4pm Venue: Flowerfield Arts Centre, Portstewart Students will learn the of basics collagraph printing in this workshop.
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.
Caption: Belkis Ayon, La cena (The Supper), 1991, collagraph, 54 3/8 x 118 1/8".
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.
Huellas de El ser humano a Gnosias:visual Grabado- la memoria lo largo de la collagraph. historia ha --Figuras dejado senales, superpuestas.
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.
She states, "Each art piece tells a story." One such piece is a collagraph entitled "Sunday Morning." "My sister Teresa Aikens, a local accomplished art educator, did this using a old photograph of our mother and her cousin when they were young girls." Gean Claire remembers.
The process for making the book's attractive printed collage illustrations, called collagraph, is explained by the author on the final page.