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FREE Demo: Spontaneous Printmaking with Patricia Ann Wilson! Saturday, May 16th 2015

Spontaneous Printmaking 
Patricia Ann Wilson
Saturday May 16, 
10:00 am – 11:00 am and 2:00 pm -3:00 pm

The photo above is a five year old  painting on glass with non-toxic inks . The child created a drawing which was placed underneath the glass to help guide the artist and create the painting on the glass. A piece of paper  will be placed  on top of the glass, rubbed, and print pulled. Monoprint is a very satisfying form of printmaking which has very immediate results which does not need a press. Explore, Have fun, Create, and be Satisfied

Patricia Ann Wilson will demonstrate mono print and other spontaneous forms of printmaking. The  Artist, no matter what the age  will learn to print spontaneously with non-toxic Inks, Patricia will demonstrate  mono print,   collagraph, printing from found objects; balls, shoe bottoms, Lego and much more.  There are endless sources to print from all around.   The results of the prints can be appreciated as finished pieces or ripped and torn and used in collage.

Patricia Ann Wilson has two degrees in art, and along with her art education Patricia completed an apprenticeship in fine art lithography at Stone Press Editions, Seattle WA, where she had the pleasure of working with Jacob Lawrence as well as other well known artists. Patricia exhibits and teaches internationally. This last year Patricia was invited to teach in Morocco and currently has her collage work in a show in Greece.
Patricia combines passion for making art with my passion for teaching and sharing art processes. 


“There will also be a meeting for “Just Glue It” right after the print making demo. “Just Glue It,” will meet from 3:00pm – 5:30 pm. The group is a collage group which Patricia Ann Wilson has organized. Which meets and creates collage together. During that group there is a demo, the business of art is shared, and collages are created. Come make prints and tear and glue them and create a collage.  The group is putting together a show for October in which other collage artists will be invited.

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