Workshop – a memo of my printing instructions of April 4, 2012.
How to print from a carved ‘block
Every students came to class with a drawing they wished to change into a carved image. At the beginning of the class they were given a grey block, by using cutting tool they ‘digged’ into it with the final intention to ‘ ink ‘ their blocks, ‘apply ‘a piece of paper over it and finaly ‘press’ it. The carving is done with the intention of creating a second independent image by ‘transferring’ it to the piece of paper, commonly called a ‘ print’, by doing so one obtains ? the mirrored image of one’s block ?
Carving a block and “how to handle patterns? “
Use your camera
It is a classic
It truly does
Back to Peter question? “
It is perfectly
I am definitely
It is hard
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To go back to the previous class: VIEW MORE: “Carving Project” one – Parsons The New School for Design, New York.
To learn about engraving and wood cut: VIEW MORE: “Gravure à Vivre” a French lecture on engraving
any questions or comment, please kindly leave a reply – thank you for your participation.
? this project is my contribution as an invited guest artist to the art program class of Professor Steven Kennedy.
? drawings, linoleum cuts, photographs and texts copyright Raymond Verdaguer, 2012