Photo by Annabelle Collette
Risograph printing is an easy way to bring artwork to life with vivid colors and unique textures. In this class, students will learn how to make risograph prints on a Riso machine. Come turn your drawings into riso prints, create risograph prints from collaged elements, and use the risographed collage prints in other collages! The cycle is endless and it's up to you in how you would like to utilize the techniques you learn!
4/27 (one day workshop) 9:00 pm-4:00 pm, Saturday
Tuition: $130 + $20 studio fee
522 Congress Street, Room 316A
Crystal Cawley is an artist who works with paper, textiles, collected objects, and re-purposed materials. Her work explores ideas of identity, time, and loss, and draws on various traditional skills like embroidery and letterpress printing. She prints at Down Stairs Press, her own letterpress shop in Portland, and is a member of Pickwick Independent Press, a printmaking collective. She has shown her work around the US and in England, Greece, and Japan. Her work is in the collections of the Boston Public Library; Columbia University Library; The Library of Congress; Maine Women Writers Collection; MOMA/Franklin Furnace Artists’ Book Collection; the Smithsonian Institution Graphic Arts Collection at the National Museum of American History, Washington, D.C.; and the Munakata Shiko Museum, Aomori, Japan, among others. She has received grants from the Maine Arts Commission, the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation, and the Pollock Krasner Foundation.