Open tomorrow 9am-5pm


Instructor: Kate McGloughlin
Monday, February 10 through Tuesday, February 11
2-day workshop, 10am-4pm
Class size 6-8, All Levels
$350 members, $400 non-members

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This workshop will explore the world of visual possibilities available to artists using both wet and dry media to create rich, highly developed works of art. Use the collegial atmosphere of a group setting to help you edit and consider your next move. Look through your art making kit and use the tool that will make this work truly your own; soft pastels, Prismacolor pencils, oil pastels, oil sticks, book binder’s awl and a long golden thread, stencils and stamps, glue stick and parts of old prints, and other beautiful things you’ve collected over the years in your art file for “someday”. This IS someday.


KATE MCGLOUGHLIN graduated from the University of Arizona at Tucson with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Drawing & Painting in 1985, where she studied with Bruce McGrew and Robert Colescott.In 1991 she was awarded The Yasuo Kuniyoshi Scholarship to study printmaking with Robert Angeloch at The Woodstock School of Art where she currently teaches Printmaking, Landscape Painting and is President of the Board of Directors.McGloughlin has been included in Marquis Who’s Who in American Art since 1999, and Who’s Who in American Women since 2005. She teaches landscape painting and printmaking workshops in Italy, Mexico, Ireland and the United States, and is represented widely in the US. Visit Kate at

Image: Kate McGloughlin, Mixed media screen print

View the supply list
  • Roll of paper towels
  • sketchbook entries,  photographs or existing work to stimulate ideas and develop your imagery for this class
  • Note taking materials
  • printmaking paper (available for purchase at CCP)
  • x-acto knife
  • glue stick
  • your choice of additional media (bring everything if you want), e.g.,
  • soft or oil pastel
  • gouache or watercolo
  • charcoal & India ink
  • oil sticks
  • colored pencils (prismacolor is the best)
  • collage elements (especially from old prints or drawings-please stay away from slick magazine).