Oct 12 & 19 White-Line Woodblock Print Workshop w/ Suzanne Packer

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w/ Suzanne Packer

Oct 12 & 19  White-Line Woodblock Print Workshop  w/ Suzanne Packer

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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

Description:

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

paper towels

small piece of fine sand paper

masking tape

metal spoon

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 exhibited her first work in the San Francisco Museum of Art when she was five years old.  Her work has since been exhibited and collected from New England to California, Greece, and Pakistan. It is in many private and corporate collections, including the Cahoon Museum of American Art, the Cape Cod Museum of Art, and the Provincetown Art Association and Museum.

Packer became the founding Director of the Cape Cod Museum of Art in 1983, after living in Mexico City, Mexico and London, England. Years living abroad had a significant influence on her painting. Her formal training includes the Rhode Island School of Design, the Art Students League of New York City, and the Fine Arts Work Center of Provincetown. During the Cape Cod years she has maintained studio spaces at the Brewster Street Studios, Provincetown, MA, the A Street Studios and the Fenway Studios, both Boston, MA and the Owl Studios at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod. Now her unruly Bass River gardens and the ever-changing waters of Cape Cod find their way into her work at her Horse Way Studio.

2018 was the year that Packer received the Muse Artist Award for “outstanding contributions to the Cape Cod Museum of Art and to the community”. With this award came Cape Waters Abstracted, a solo exhibition of her paintings held at the museum. Other one-person exhibitions over the years have included the Cahoon Museum of American Art in 1997, the Sparrow House Museum in 1999, and Spanning The Years: A. S. Packer & Suzanne M. Packer at the Cape Cod Museum of Art in 2007. The exhibition included paintings and illustrations by her father and mentor, the noted New York illustrator, A. S. Pacer. Solo exhibitions were at the Cape Cod Chat House Galleries, 2013 through 2016.

Selected juried shows include: The League At The Cape, Provincetown Art Association & Museum, Provincetown, MA, 1993, jurors, Marisol, Michael Goldberg, Will Barnet and Francis Cunningham, National Open Painting, The Providence Art Club, Providence, RI, 2002 and 2010, juror, Gretchen Dow Simpson, Radius, DWRI Letterpress Gallery, Providence, RI, 2013, juror, Bunny Harvey, Botanicals Reinterpreted, Dillon Gallery, Cohasset, MA, juror, Mary Moquin, The Works, National, Cultural Center of Cape Cod, 2019, Jackie Reeves, and  The Leo Diehl Show, Creative Arts Center, 2002 and 2009. Since her days at RISD she has studied with Sal Del Deo, Anna Poor, Bert Yarbrough, Pricilla Sibley, Selina Trieff and her father, A. S. Packer.

 

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