Silkscreen is a graphic medium for the artist and the artisan. Printing can be done on a variety of surfaces including paper, fabric, and wood. This class will provide an introduction for beginners as well as advanced silkscreen methods for those who have more experience. Learn several ways to create an image including hand-cut stencil, direct drawing, the photo process, and reduction printing. Make an edition of prints or work on monotypes. Registration for multi-colored work will be covered in detail. We have everything you need to explore the basics. The inks are non-toxic acrylic-based water clean up.Tomayko-Materials-List-2022.pdf
Vicky Tomayko is an artist and printmaker who lives in Truro, MA. She manages the print shop for the Fine Arts Work Center during the seven-month Fellowship Program, doing workshops, facilitating projects, and working to maintain and improve the printmaking experience. Tomayko also teaches silkscreen at Cape Cod Community College. Her work can be seen at Schoolhouse Gallery in Provincetown and A.I.R. Gallery in Brooklyn, NY.