DIY printmaking at the Minnesota Museum of American Art

I’m honored to be included as part of an exhibition on do-it-yourself printmaking at the Minnesota Museum of American Art’s project space in downtown St. Paul. My works on display will be my most recent print “Diggers,”  my “Sleep Circles” and “Wake Circles” monotypes, and one of my earliest Japanese woodblock prints “Knitting Worms.”

The show will run from March 7 to April 28, 2013, with a free opening reception this Thursday, March 7 from 6 to 8:30pm

In conjunction with this exhibition, I’ll be doing a hands-on demonstration where you can come and make a print from some of my woodblocks from 1-3pm on Sunday, April 21.

If you get the Highland Villager neighborhood newspaper, please check out this week’s paper to see an article on me!

For those of you who would like to make your own Japanese woodblock print (moku hanga) from start to finish, I’ll be teaching a workshop at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts this May and June: Monday evenings from 6-9pm May 13, 20, Jun 3, 10, 17 & 24. The class will be listed on their workshop page once they get the whole summer schedule up in April, but if you want to ask about registering before then, feel free to call them (Phone: 612 215 2520).

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