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New printmaking classes starting soon!

It’s the dead of winter, come hang in the printshop!

I’m excited to announce a new line-up of classes starting soon… Learn to print, make cool stuff, bring a buddy and some tunes to share :-)

follow the links for more info and to register…

Introduction to Relief Printmaking at Lillstreet Art Center:

2 – 5pm Saturdays, April 11 – May 9

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Screenprinting Explorations at Spudnik Press:

6 – 8:30pm Tuesdays, March 10 – May 28

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Intro to Printmaking at Chicago Printmakers Collaborative:

6 – 9pm Mondays, March 30 – May 4

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New Classes Start Soon

This spring, I will be teaching two new classes at a couple of wonderful print studios in Chicago. If you have been curious about screen printing, or learning more about printmaking in general, please follow the links below for more info and to register. Also, if you know anyone who might be interested in signing up for a class or private lesson, please feel free to share… thank you! And of course you can always contact me for any questions :)

Intro to Screenprinting on PaperBegins Saturday, January 11th!

8 weeks on Saturdays, 10am – 12:30pm at Spudnik Press

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Gain basic screenprinting skills for printing onto paper. This class teaches a wide range of skills, including working from basic handmade stencils to using photo emulsion, mixing ink, and creating an edition of clean, sharp, prints. By the end of the class, students will choose an independent project that could be anything from a set of greeting cards to a gig poster, fine-art print, or components for a zine. Students will need to supply all paper for independent projects. All other supplies will be provided.

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Intro to Printmaking – Begins Monday, February 24th ($20 OFF if you register by Jan 15th)

6 weeks on Mondays, 6 – 9pm at Chicago Printmakers Collaborative

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This six-week course offers an introduction to a range of printmaking techniques with which to produce original work. Students will learn and explore many types of printmaking, including screen printing, relief, monotype, and intaglio. Works will be printed with the press and by hand. This course is a general introduction to many of the processes available at CPC, as well as a great refresher course. Some materials are included and a supply list will be provided on the first day.

Art in Print Journal Review

The latest issue of Art in Print featured an article that kindly mentions my Struwwelpeter artist book.

Written by Courtney R. Thompson, the article covers the recent “Pulled, Pressed, Printed” exhibition at EXPO 72 Gallery. The show featured various Chicago artists and spaces, including Spudnik Press, where I completed the book during the artist residency.

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Thanks Quimby’s and everyone!

A huge thanks to everyone who came out to the Struwwelpeter opening event at Quimby’s!

It was so much fun and I feel incredibly thankful to be around so many talented and amazing people! I didn’t have a chance to photograph so it’s a good thing that Liz at Quimby’s did :)

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‘Trunk Show’ print for TEN x TEN

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Trunk Show, 2010
10″ x 10″, screenprint, edition of 275

My piece for TEN x TEN, a new collaborative initiative developed by Spudnik Press and Homeroom Chicago

About:
TEN x TEN develops the creative relationship between bands and printmakers beyond show posters. Visual artists invited a musician or band to join the project by recording an original song. Artists then created a 10 in x 10 in print inspired by the song they commissioned. The final collection features a suite of ten art prints and a ten song compilation of all new tracks.

For this project, I teamed up with the very talented Max Alexander (check out his site for more info and streaming). This image was inspired by a new track titled ‘Trunk Show’.

TEN x TEN visual artists:
Dee Clements, Kathleen Judge, Angee Lennard, Onsmith, Colin Palombi, Joey Potts, Grant Reynolds, Tom Smith, Sanya Glisic, Sonnenzimmer

Songs by:
Locks, The Late Model Races, Strictly Jug Nuts, Sky Event, Netherfriends, Nones, Christine Kick, Blasted Diplomats, Max Alexander, Jason Adasiewicz

All the prints and additional works by each artist are on display at LivingRoom Gallery (1530 West Superior Street, Chicago), through February 19th.

Struwwelpeter at Quimby’s!

Come check out my finished Struwwelpeter project at Quimby’s in February!

The event will take place at 7 pm on Thursday, Feb 10th at Quimby’s Bookstore (1854 W North Ave, Chicago)

Visit Quimby’s website for more info

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Quimby’s is one of my favorite places in Chicago. I’ve spent countless hours perusing their comics and wonderful, strange books. I am truly thankful to take part in this event and hope to see you there!

Residency updates

Some process shots from the artist residency at Spudnik Press…

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printing the first color of pages #10 and #3

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Below is one of the finished printed pages, a small introductory illustration from the story of the Harriet and the Matches

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TEN x TEN: Collaboration between Artists & Musicians

Ten Chicago printmakers chose their favorite Chicago musical artists and bands to each record an original song for a compilation. Each printmaker will create a 10″ x 10″, 3-color print inspired by the song they commissioned. The final package will feature a suite of ten fine art prints and a ten song compilation of exclusive tracks.

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Organized by Spudnik Press and Homeroom Chicago

For this project, I teamed up with a very talented musician and artist in Chicago, Max Alexander. Here is a photo of *just* printed 300 completed two-color prints, drying:

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