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Pixel to Line: a Conversation – Tatana Kellner
July 24 - July 28| $750
Tuition: $750 ($700 members)
Lab fee: $65
Class limit: 6
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Attention drawers, photographers, painters, and printmakers. Have you ever consider reaching beyond a single medium? If so, this workshop is for you! In this class we will combine digital and intaglio printing processes, creating complex prints that meld new and old techniques. Students will begin by choosing a photographic image to print digitally, then you’ll create a response to the photograph utilizing one of the many intaglio techniques in our toolbox, keeping in mind the distinct tactile quality of the hand printing process. We will learn how the printing sequence affects the outcome of the final image, which when reversed can result in starkly different prints. We’ll use photography, drypoint, trace monoprint, paper lithography, and traditional monoprinting processes to generate a series of redacted prints, taking advantage of each media’s unique properties.
By mid-week we’ll develop a rhythm of printing digital images and creating intaglio layers in response.
This class is currently filled. Please call (845) 658-9133 to inquire about the class wait list.
Táňa is a master of manipulating materials. After years focused deeply in printmaking, deeply in photography, and deeply in installation, she has for the past several years been working across all these media. Her process begins with building large-scale collaged pieces, photographing them, and with modest manipulation, printing out smaller sections for reworking into a new series. She uses pretty much every print process WSW has to offer, but in this class it’s all about intaglio and digital printing combo.
Tatana Kellner, WSW’s founding Artistic Director, has been printing, assembling images, and making artists’ books for over 35 years. Tatana’s work has been featured in over 25 solo exhibitions, most recently at the Garrison Art Center, Kentler International drawing Space, the Everson Art Museum, the Samuel Dorsky Musuem of Art in New Paltz, and SUNY Albany. Tatana is the recipient of a Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant, a Puffin Foundation Grant, New York Foundation for the Arts, and Ruth Chenven Foundation Grant. She has been awarded residencies at the MacDowell Colony, Yaddo, Banff Centre of the Arts, Visual Studies Workshop, Saltonstall Art Colony, Millay Colony, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Artpark, Blue Mountain Center, Jentel, Foundacion Valpariso, Hessisches Landes Museum in Darmstadt Germany, Ragdale, Weir Farm and most recently at the Ucross Foundation.