White-Line Woodblock Print Workshop
Instructor: Suzanne Packer
Day: Saturdays, October 12 & 19, 2019. This is a two-day workshop over the span of two consecutive Saturdays
Time: 10am – 3pm each Saturday
Cost: Members $225 | Non-Members $250
Limited to 12
Artist Suzanne Packer will lead a two-day workshop where she will give an overview of the history of the white-line print, AKA the Provincetown Print, and instruct participants on how to create a print. Participants learn how to transfer their design, carve, print, create a unique artwork to take home.
Bring items on the material list provided and a brown bag lunch.
MATERIAL LIST FOR WHITE LINE WOODBLOCK PRINTING:
X-ACTO knife with a straight blade, # 11
small news print pad to make drawings on
pencil to draw with
colored pencil, white or pale color to use when tracing
water color paints in tubes
small paint brush
dish to mix color on or a watercolor palette
jar for water
small piece of fine sand paper
a photo of one of your paintings or a photo of a scene or subject that you like
The following I will provide if you do not wish to buy in quantity.
3/8” Shina plywood,
can be cut on both sides, therefore two prints from one board, $7.80
3 thumb tacks, 15 cents for 3
tracing paper, per sheet, $1.00
carbon paper, per sheet, $1.00
Rives BFK – white, per sheet, $6.25 or $1.56 per cut
Another option is to go to the lumber yard and buy a piece of 1” pine,12” x 12”, without
the knots. Use the pine in place of the Shina plywood.
Artist Bio: www.suzannempacker.com
Suzanne M. Packer, the first Director of the Cape Cod Museum of Art, is a member of the collective known as 21 In Truro and was a founding trustee of the Cultural Center of Cape Cod. Her most recent honor was being awarded the “Muse Artist Award, 2018” by the Cape Cod Museum of Art which included her solo exhibition “Cape Waters Abstracted”, August 25 – November 18, 2018. Her oil paintings and white-line prints are in both museum and private collections.