Pochoir En Plein Air
Taught by Beth Sheehan
Pochoir, or stenciling, is an engaging method of printing without equipment, and can even be done on three-dimensional surfaces. Class will begin by discussing the best materials and techniques for creating simple, detailed, and multi-layered stencils. You will create your own images by cutting new stencils, using existing stencils, adapting everyday objects into stencils, and experimenting with various inking techniques. This workshop is great for all levels of experience.
DATE Sat, August 28th
TIME 10:00 am–4:00 pm
REGISTRATION DEADLINE Tues., August 24th
Beth Sheehan is a visual artist and educator. She has worked as a professional printer at Durham Press in Pennsylvania and at Harlan and Weaver in New York and was also the Lead Binder/Bindery Manager at Small Editions in Brooklyn. Sheehan teaches paper, print, and book workshops through organizations around the country and she co-authored the book Bookforms: A Complete Guide to Designing and Crafting Hand-Bound Books, 2019.
Paper to print on (any paper works!)
1 pack of DuraLar or Acetate sheets
Cutting tool (X-acto, Olfa knife, or scalpel)
Images to make into stencils
Ink or paint
Lunch and a beverage
Materials with an asterisk (*) next to them are sold in our store.