print demos, talks & gallery shows.
First on the schedule was
a woodblock print demo from
David Johnson, from Ball State.
David brought a two sided block, one side
was printed with multiple colors,
and the reverse side was printed
in black. He prefers to use a spoon
instead of a press.
Ray Must, from the
Dayton Print Co-Op, showed examples of
his printmaking talents and
also gave a talk on
Jim Dine’s “Temple of Flora”
book of botanical images.
Dayton Visual Arts Center,
artist Nick Satinover gave a talk & demo
on trace monotype.
You can see more of Nick’s work here.