SUMMER 2019 - 4th of July Weekend // Printmaking In The Barn

SUMMER 2019 - 4th of July Weekend // Printmaking In The Barn


4-Hour Workshop w/ Karl LeClair
July 5, 12-4pm
All Levels

Printmaking has historically been utilized to spread communications to the masses through bookmaking, posters and forms of protest and celebration. While we observe our country's day of independence, LeClair will lead students through interpreting what independence means through personal symbols. Using the relief printmaking process, students will explore and develop imagery representing independence and create bold and graphic symbols to be printed upon flags and banners.  - Optional - Flags and banners will be flown during Atlanta's annual Independence Day Parade.

This workshop fee includes supplies and workshop, with additional supplies available for purchase.

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Photo by Guy Hand

Photo by Guy Hand


Karl LeClair is a visual artist based in Boise, ID. He maintains an active studio practice and explores printmaking, drawing, and installation. Having grown up in New England, the vast landscapes of the American West have heavily influenced LeClair's work in the past few years. Landscape serves as both literal and metaphorical subject and setting for the interpretation of natural processes and phenomenological experiences. LeClair was recently awarded "Best in Show" and a residency with Playa at Summer Lake in Central Oregon from the Bend Art Center's 2nd Biennial National Print Exhibition 2018.