Join View Intern and artist Sam Faustina for a unique printmaking experience. Traditional printmaking involves silk screens, wood blocks and large printing presses and while that process is exciting, it’s not always accessible. Sam will show you an easy printing technique with materials you could find at home. The product however is as beautiful and intricate as any other print. Not unlike a topographic map, these prints jump off the page and give great illusions of elevation and mountain ranges. Beginners and professionals alike will come home with a varied edition of three complete prints ready for a frame.
Materials are included, and the registration deadline is:
Members: $35 Non Members:$45
Sam Faustina is a recent graduate of Syracuse University. She received a BFA in Studio Arts, concentrating in ceramics, and she received a BFA in Art Education. While she is an experienced potter and ceramic artist she was able to try many different mediums at her university and developed a liking for printmaking as well as some textile work. This is her first year as an intern at View and in the future she is looking forward to having her own art classroom and working with kids at school.