Students in Hedya Klein’s ART 318 printmaking class exhibit their new work as a culmination of in-depth studio practice. Students addressed various technical and conceptual challenges, resulting in an array of imagery inspired by life and imagination. The silkscreen process involves the application of squeezing ink through mesh onto paper. Students compose complex prints by layering various textures, shapes, lines, values and colors, and integrating drawing and computer manipulation into their process.
On-going through December 10 on the Mezzanine level.
Sponsored by the Program in Studio Art.
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- Studio Art