Discover the beauty of stone lithography in this four day introductory workshop. Participants will learn how to create and print their own lithograph from start to finish. This course will teach the fundamentals, including a thorough investigation of the chemistry behind the art. Participants will walk away with a clear understanding of the chemistry and artistry that comes with Stone Lithography as a stepping stone dive deeper into this unique process.
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ALLISON CONLEY is a nationally exhibiting NYC-based printmaking artist and educator. She actively participates in multiple print exchanges each year and is a member of the Southern Graphics Print Counsel. She attended research institutions for both her bachelors and masters degree, concluding in a terminal MFA in printmaking under Professor James Dormer, a former student of Mauricio Lasansky. She has worked at various print shops, including a non-toxic shop and Takach Press and Paper Co. in Albuquerque. She combines her traditional training in the medium with experimental and conceptual sensibilities, always learning new techniques and investigating ways to expand them. Allison has taught intaglio, relief, foundations, and creative process at Colorado State University and Eastern Connecticut State University. She now teaches at New Jersey City University and works as a collaborative printer in the NYC area.
Visit Allison at www.allisonconley.com
Image: Allison Conley, Controlled Cloud Project, 2018, Stone lithograph