MOKUHANGA WORKSHOP SCHEDULED
July 24 - 29 2021
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"Students will be learning all the essentials of producing a colour woodcut using waterbased pigments impressed on a variety of washi papers using a disk baren. After designing and transferring an image to the block, students will carve the key block image and transfer it to a second block using the kogyo method. This enables the student to add carved colour areas to their image and print them in perfect register."
Elizabeth Forrest has been teaching on line courses through the Button Factory.
Please check their website for any upcoming live courses in mokuhanga. Due to the pandemic, in-person classes have not been possible over the past year. But please stay tuned in 2021.
Last update October 21, 2016