White Line Woodcut Printing
Saturday and Sunday
White Line woodcut is a technique developed by Blanche Lazell in the 1920’s. Inspired by European modernism and American crafts techniques, Lazell developed this simple woodblock method to simplify some of the techniques used in Japanese woodblock printing. In this class, you will start with carving linear drawings in a pine block and then print multiple color areas using watercolor washes. This technique allows for multiple colors from one block and the results are painterly and textured. All levels are welcome.
Lisa Houck works in a number of media, including etching, watercolor, handmade paper, oil on wood, and mosaic. She has recently created a 22″ long mosaic mural for a new park in Boston, the Frieda Garcia Park. Her work is in numerous corporate and private collections including Children’s Hospital, Boston and the Museum of Fine … Read more