$290, includes materials
Weekend: Saturdays, 11:00am - 4:00pm
November 13 and November 20
Instructor: Angela Snieder
Participants will use photo-sensitive printing plates to create rich and subtle photographic images. They will learn to prepare photographic film positives, expose and develop photopolymer plates, and hand-print their images using the intaglio method and the etching press. This workshop is perfect for anyone interested in combining photography and printmaking.
About the Print Instructor
Angela Snieder is an artist working in print media and installation, with a focus on intaglio methods of photopolymer gravure and copper etching. She completed her BFA at York University (2013) and her MFA in Printmaking at the University of Alberta (2017). Angela taught for several years at the University of Alberta in Printmaking, Foundations, Drawing and Intermedia, and at the Society of Northern Alberta Print Artists (SNAP). She has exhibited nationally and internationally, most recently in a group exhibition at the Plumb gallery in Toronto and in this year's upcoming Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition (online booth). She was recently awarded a Research and Creation Grant from the Canada Council for the Arts for an ongoing project with collaborator Morgan Wedderspoon. Angela currently resides and works in Hamilton, Ontario.
Images in order:
1) Open Studio's intaglio/etching area
2) Angela Snieder, Diorama 4, 2017, photopolymer gravure, chine-collé, 30" x 40"
3) Angela Snieder, Diorama 5, 2017, photopolymer gravure, chine-collé, 30" x 40"
4) Angela Snieder