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Clay Monoprints: Dreams, Visions, and Alternate Realities. An Exhibit of Works by Susan Richards

Clay Monoprints by Susan Richards
exhibition
Thursday, October 5, 2017
Thursday, February 1, 2018

Clay monoprinting is my joy and my passion.  It is a unique form of image transfer developed by Mitch Lyons, who I am fortunate enough to study with. The printing 'plate' is a clay slab. Color is applied with clay slip to which pigments have been added. Layers of texture using all kinds of materials can be added. The 'paper' is a synthetic interfacing material called Reemay 2470. When placed over the design and hand rubbed with a pony roller, a print from the slab is transferred to the two-dimensional material.

FEATURED POST EXHIBITION The Tribe Gathers : Bill Brookover, Elena Bouvier, PD Packard

FEATURED POST EXHIBITION : Bill Brookover, Elena Bouvier, PD Packard
exhibition
Saturday, October 7, 2017
Sunday, October 8, 2017

POST @HBHQ

The tribe has gathered again at @HBHQ for Philadelphia Open Studio Tours. We are pleased to have been selected as a featured exhibition. Please join us during POST on Saturday, October 7 / noon - 6 PM or for our evening reception on Sunday.

 

Reception: Sunday, October 8 / 6 – 8 PM

 

Bill Brookover

Japanese Decorative Paper Making Artist Demo with PD Packard

Japanese Decorative Paper Making Artist Demo with PD Packard
Workshop
Sunday, September 24, 2017

Japanese Decorative Paper Making Artist Demo at Artist & Craftsman Supply, Chestnut Hill 

Sunday, September 24 @ 1:00 pm - 3 pm

Featuring: PD Packard

Artist PD Packard will show you how to create the 1000 years old Japanese decorative paper called Itajime Shibori. This in-store event is free and open to the public. Participants from 5 years – adults are welcome to this hands-on experience.

The event will be held during the Chestnut Hills Fall for the Arts Festival 2017.

HUNT, GATHER, BUILD: In The Studio With Rebecca Gilbert, a short video

video

A short film documenting Rebecca Gilbert's work in the studio last year as she worked toward her solo exhibition at The Print Center this past winter and spring. The film, which was the project of Joseph Rose, also offers a sneak peek at some of my upcoming works. In addition to making films, Joseph also runs his own letterpress shop, Black Heart Letterpress. The film is eleven minutes long.

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