Silkscreen Workshop this Saturday at Sawtooth

Hankie Pankie prints
Detail of a HankiePankie design printed on a reclaimed bed sheet

I’m teaching a silkscreen workshop at Sawtooth School for Visual Art this Saturday on using the screen filler negative method to print on fabric. If you’re interested, here’s still time for YOU to sign up for a fun, informal day of making! FInd out more info and sign up for this weekend’s class here.  Everyone will go home with several handmade hankies printed with their own designs. All ages and skill levels welcome.

HankiePankie
HankiePankie print detail
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HankiePankies drying after a print run

hankiepankie in progress
HankiePankies drying after a print run

HANKIEPANKIE WORKSHOP: Create your own limited-edition hand-printed art hankie, bandana, or paper print while learning about screen printing. Artist Woodie Anderson walks you through the design and printing process she uses to create her HankiePankie Fine Art prints for the Art-o-mat project. You’ll learn the process of screen printing using the screen filler negative method, a method you can easily use in your own home using safe, non-toxic materials, plus create a piece of functional art that makes a great gift!
(4702. FALL 2013) HANKIEPANKIE WORKSHOP
Instructor: Woodsherry Anderson
Schedule: Saturday 11/02 – 11/02 | 10:00 AM – 04:00 PM
Location: Fibers

printing - art*o*mat hankies
HankiePankie print detail
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