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Kathleen Piercefield’s Drypoint Into Monoprint workshop investigates mark-making on and printing plexiglass plates. Participants made test plates then worked on a single image for the remainder of the glass, experimenting with various scribes, rockers, etching tools, and sandpapers. Participants worked on plexiglass plates with beveled edges, exploring the mark-making potential…

How to Prepare a Copper Plate (We’re using 4×6 copper plates at .05″ thick from Blick. This thickness requires the edges to be beveled before printing! They’re a pretty handy size to experiment with, and are, as of this writing, under $8 each.) In order to protect the back of…

In the first session of Intro to Copper Etching Workshop, we used tracing paper & carbon paper to layout (and transfer) our images on 4×6 inch copper plates rolled with hard ground. Below: carbon paper transfer on hard ground & needle etching tool used to draw through to expose copper…

Sheila’s Take on Monoprinting The printmaking process of monoprinting is a form of producing prints that uses images or line that can be printed one time, unlike most forms of printmaking. where multiple prints are produced. Monoprints are handmade and hand-pulled from a press by the artist. They can also…

Resurgent interest in The Arts and Crafts Movement in the 1970s along with the Feminist Movement propelled me in the direction of exploring previously designated domestic crafts with the intention of raising the status to a fine art form. This concept originated in Victorian England under the influence of John…

Mary Woodworth‘s four night experimental workshop on collagraph plate and printmaking at Tiger Lily Press ended in an evening of pulling prints. Wetting the paper (soaking and rolling between towels until just damp) allows for beautiful coverage and a really lovely embossing from textured collagraph plates. During the class, participants…

ARTIST STATEMENT — Kathleen Piercefield Years ago, before I had any personal experience with printmaking, I was drawn to the mystique of the process and to the richness of line that I saw in prints.  I was doing a lot of pen and ink drawings at the time, and some…

Tiger Lily Press is pleased to announce that its 2017 Working Artist Program residency has been awarded to Brad Thiele of Cincinnati, Ohio. Thiele is a conceptual artist focusing on wordplay through drawing, collage, altered books and letterpress works. He received his MFA from California State University, Chico, including a…

Collagraph printmaking is an intuitive process using plates built by collaging texture and layers, often from found materials. It’s very much about play and exploration, the discovery of pattern and shape, and a tactile investigation of matrix (plate) and the way ink settles in, wipes off, and prints via press….

Nancy combines hand screen printed, upcycled fabric with small pieces of commercial fabric, and brightly colored zippers, to make these small purses. In 2016, Nancy Turner taught a class about screen printing fabric. Included here are her thoughts on the class along with images of her work and that of…

The Tiger Lily Press Annual Meeting is scheduled for January 28 at our studio behind the Dunham Recreation Center in Price Hill. Please save the date to kick off the new year with the Tiger Lily family for our annual members meeting,  potluck lunch and presentation. Newcomers and guests welcome….