The registration has been closed to this workshop until further notice due to Covid-19. If you are interested in taking this workshop please email Meaghan Morrow at email@example.com for more details about how this workshop will be effected by CCP’s temporary closure.
In this two day workshop, participants will learn to create unique, original prints using the ink viscosity method. Viscosity measures a fluid’s resistance to flow. Following in the tradition of Krishna Reddy, artists will explore combinations on inks mixed to three different consistencies, or viscosities. Starting with clean plexiglass plates, participants will learn how to achieve various effects through the use of stencils, brayers, brushstrokes, and solvent removal methods. Additional processes can be incorporated for further exploration such as drawing with a brayer and working with ghost impressions. Due to the ease of viscosity monotypes, participants can work fast paced and may complete a series of prints by the end of this workshop.
Image: Kathy Caraccio, Untitled, Monotype
KATHY CARACCIO is a master printer, artist, professor and collector. She was trained in etching color print with Maria Samosa (El Museo del Barrio, NYC, 1972-3), in viscosity printing with Arun Bose and Krishna Reddy (NYC, 1972-3), papermaking by Zarina Hashmi (NYC, 1979), and in Hanga (Japanese water based woodblock printing) with Sensei Toshi Yoshida (Nagano – Japan, 1984). In 1977, Kathy started the K. Caraccio Printing Studio in NYC. She has taught printmaking at NYU, Columbia University, Parsons/New School, Pratt and the National Academy, among other institutions. Kathy’s work is in the collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Library of Congress, the New York Public Library (42nd St.), The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum among others. Visit Kathy at www.kcaraccio.com.