Linocut Printmaking Workshop
November 19 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Please join us for a delightful afternoon of printmaking! Learn how to create original Linocut prints using native tree leaves for inspiration. Instructor Alan Li will demonstrate the art of printmaking and provide individual attention, feedback and support.
Students will take home six beautiful prints by the end of the day, plus the knowledge of how to set up a linocut workspace at home. All materials will be provided.
Please wear old clothes or bring an apron. Beginners welcome.
Saturday, November 19, 1 to 4 p.m.
Registration: Public $65, Members $60 (plus applicable taxes and fees)
About Alan Li
Alan Li is an artist focused on nature. He supports conservation efforts through the sale of his artwork and is active in volunteering. Alan believes drawing can open people’s eyes to the planet’s diversity and show them that it matters. Alan grew up near the Niagara Escarpment and spent much of his childhood exploring the cliffs and forests. Those early encounters with nature have influenced both the direction of his life and the choice of subjects for his art. He currently pursues his own projects, teaches workshops, and collaborates with grassroots environmental groups.
Registration Deadline: Friday, November 18, 12 noon
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