Thursday, May 20, 2010

Semi-Self Portraits @ the Boston Drawing Project

(semi self portrait as a ski mask, 2010)

I am happy to report that some the of the Semi-Self Portrait series are now part of the Boston Drawing Project at the Joseph Carroll and Sons Gallery.

Boston Drawing Project

Come Celebrate at the Opening Reception

Friday, June 4, 5:30 – 7:30

More Info

Where Have We Been now on view

You can see "Den" at the Printmaking Council of New Jersey.
440 River Rd
Branchburg, NJ 08876

May 15 - July 24, 2010
"Where Have We Been?"
The 35th Annual PCNJ Member Exhibition.

and just in case you were wondering, according to the PCNJ wikipedia site

"The purpose of this organization is to encourage and to support the fine art of printmaking in all its varied forms for the benefit of artists and the public through education and exhibition; to establish and sustain a creative center that will promote interaction among artists of different abilities and advance their artistic and professional growth; to promote participation of the public both at the PCNJ facility and throughout the State of New Jersey.

The Council offers classes and workshops, studio and darkroom rentals, and children's group programs, as well as public exhibitions."

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Kitchen Table Printmaking at Craftland MAY 22nd

I love Craftland. They support artists all year round. I am very happy to be teaching a class near and dear to my heart.

I spend a lot of time figuring out exparimental ways to make images from crap lying around my house. It will make you feel like a magician.

here's the blurb.

Make beautiful images from safe and simple methods at home. Learn how to make your own wrapping paper with a rolling pin, print a t-shirt with freezer paper, transform your eraser or kitchen sponge into an image- making powerhouse! With an emphasis on less toxic materials and methods appropriate for home studios, we will focus on the two most accessible printmaking techniques: screen printing and relief printing. Appropriate for printers at all levels, especially fresh beginners.

Instructor: Delia Kovac
Saturday, May 22, 11:30am - 2pm
sign up here

FYI-you will walk away with a lot of tools to play with.