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INTRO TO LITHOGRAPHY


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INTRO to LITHOGRAPHY
with TIM PAUSZEK


TUTOR :
 Tim Pauszek
WHEN : Wednesdays
14, 21, 28 August + 4 Sept 2019
TIME : 6pm - 9pm
COST : Members $310
Non-members $370
Non-members Conc. $350


Don't miss your chance to join experienced printmaker Tim Pauszek for this introductory course. Creating a lithograph involves drawing an image onto a slab of Bavarian limestone using wax crayon and transferring that image onto paper through a press to create a print. 

Participants will be guided through each step of the process from graining the stone, drawing with litho crayons, working the press, and printing the image.

This class is designed for beginners as well as those who have dabbled in Lithography before and would like to refine their skills, or learn how to work with the medium independently.

ABOUT THE TUTOR

Tim Pauszek is a Western New York native, born and raised a stone’s throw away from Great Lake Erie in the Rust Belt town of Dunkirk, NY. He completed his bachelor’s degree at Alfred University in chemistry and interdisciplinary art and was employed there as the 2D technician in Drawing, Painting, Photography and Printmaking. He is currently undertaking a masters by research in fine art with a focus on printmaking at UNSW, where he is a part of the collaborative print workshop Cicada Press. He is a printmaker, husband, and has a list of witty endings for artist bios saved in his phone.
 

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LITHOGRAPHY 1- Member
310.00

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LITHOGRAPHY 1 - Non Member
370.00

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“Processing the stone and seeing the final print was a real highlight.”

“Tim’s printing methods are first class!”


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Earlier Event: June 15
REPEAT SCREEN PRINT ON FABRIC
Later Event: July 6
WOOD ENGRAVING