Nature Inspired Linocut Printing
Explore and capture the intricacies of nature by making inspired linocut prints! This workshop will utilize nature motifs and printmaking processes to create a series of artworks. With the linocut printing process students will carve, ink, and print multiples of their artwork featuring plants, fruits, and veggies, while creating textural, colorful prints and developing printmaking skills!
Time: 2:00PM - 4:30PM
Dates: August 21st
Ages: Teens and Adults
Location: LeMoyne Arts Education Center (417 East Call St.) Studio A
Instructor: Angelina Rodgers
Fee: Members $50, Non-members $60
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Originally from Jacksonville, Florida, Angelina currently studies Painting and Ceramics at Rhode Island School of Design. They also study Art History and have a profound love for writing and editing all kinds of writing. Angelina moved to Tallahassee for summer 2022 with their mom, Pamela Lindeback, who is receiving her MFA in Interior Design at FSU. Angelina has learned many new art-making techniques in their foundation year at RISD, including printmaking, charcoal drawing, mixed media collage, sculpture, textile dyeing and quilting, ceramic sculpture, and wheel-throwing. They are excited to pass on some of the skills they learned to the students at LeMoyne. With a passion for nature and environmentalism, Angelina’s classes are nature-themed, but they encourage and will facilitate explorations in media and content. They hope their students leave the studio with new knowledge, rich experience, and an openness to experimentation.