top of page
Color Reduction Woodcut | JULY

Color Reduction Woodcut | JULY


This workshop will introduce both traditional and innovative woodcut printmaking. “Color reduction” is a method of carving the block, one color at a time, to arrive at the end, with multiple colors from only one block. After printing each color, the block continues to get carved in preparation for the next color. Students will learn about color mixing, registration methods, tool sharpening and more. The use of stencils and selective inking will also be explored during this workshop.

Instructor: Denese Sanders
(Thur - Sat)
July 10: 6-9 pm
July 11: 3-8 pm
July 12: 10-4 pm
  • Details

    Three-Day Workshop
    July 10-13
    Thur: 6-9pm, Friday 3-8pm, Saturday 10-4pm
    Supplies Fee: $20

    (Supplies fee includes one block, paper and inks. Carving tools will be available for student use, although participants are encouraged to bring whatever tools they have, and if interested in continuing this process, to buy tools of their own. Resources and suggestions will be provided prior to the workshop)

bottom of page