Registration Deadline: July 26, 2023
The white line woodcut, also known as the Provincetown Print, is a uniquely American form of printmaking, invented by artists working in Provincetown in the early 1900s. In this method, beautiful multicolor prints are printed by hand using a single block, eliminating the need for a press or complicated registration methods. This fun workshop offers the opportunity to learn traditional techniques of design, carving, and printing, as well as the chance to expand upon the tradition with creative inking and printing options, to create contemporary interpretations of the medium. Participants will leave with their own white line prints, and with newfound skills and appreciation of the process.
Questions? Please email Workshop Coordinator Toni Miraldi at email@example.com
KATE HANLON’S lifelong involvement with printmaking includes a 25-year engagement with the uniquely American medium of white line woodcut. This method, developed in Provincetown, MA in the early 1900s, allows multicolored images to be made from a single block of wood, with just a few simple tools. Kate’s images, a synthesis of observation and invention, reflect scenes from her life on Boston’s North Shore and her travels throughout New England. A member of the Boston Printmakers and the Society of American Graphic Artists, Kate’s award-winning woodcuts may be found in many private collections, as well as the collections of the Boston Athenaeum, Library of Congress. and the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
Visit Kate at www.katehanlon.com or on instagram @kate_hanlon_art