Elevation Gallery is proud to present a rare opportunity to learn Woodblock Printmaking with Vancouver artist Richard Tetrault.
Join noted print maker Richard Tetrault in a 2 day intensive workshop which will include instruction and practice with design, various woodblock cutting techniques and basic tool sharpening and maintenance. With your finished block, you will have instruction on use of various types of paper, presses and hand printing techniques.
Through a fearless hands-on approach, the emphasis of this workshop will be experimentation to produce exciting and unexpected results.
Friday, Oct 17 from 5-10pm, and Saturday, Oct 18 from 9-5pm. At 5pm Saturday, participants will gather in Elevation Gallery to hang a small showing of the resulting work, in conjunction with Richard’s exhibition opening at Elevation Gallery, Sunday 19th October. Reception 12-4pm
$270 includes all materials and tools to make your block and print several finished works.
For more information and bookings call Elevation Gallery 403-609-3324 .
Hurry…. Limited spaces available!
The next Art From the Heart Arwork Changeover will take place on September 29th. Drop-off and pick-up times are 11:30 am to 12:30 pm and again from 6:30 to 7:30 pm.
A maximum of 5 pieces per artist per show will be accepted for hanging in the hallways between the front desk and the Lab Services area at the Hospital. Artists may also submit small pieces to go in the display cases, plus 1-2 framed photographs or prints to hang in the Cancer Ward area.
For more information on artwork specifications, view CAG’s Art from the Heart page.
“Art raises a lot of questions. That’s what it does. If an art work in a gallery or a news story has made you ask “what the …?”, it has already started to do its job.
But for many who are not familiar with art, some of the most often asked questions of art just lead to a dead end. So, is art just a global conspiracy of Emperor’s Robe-makers? Or are there some questions that will finally yield some answers?”
CAG Member Dana Roman has provided a link to a great article titled “Three questions not to ask about art – and four to ask instead” written by Kit Messham-Muir for The Conversation. View the article here.