"Rebel Relief Printmaking" Workshop March 12, 1-4pm

Learn the art of color reduction relief printmaking with artist Celeste De Luna known for her large scale woodcut relief prints.  Learn about the Mexican political print, image transfer, cutting and hand printing techniques, as well as inking and registration. Students will take home an edition of 12 two-color prints. Image size is 5 x7”, paper size 9 x 11."  Students will need to bring a black fine point sharpie, an ultra fine point black sharpie and a broad tip red sharpie, and a line drawing size 5 x7” with the theme “Rebel” or a theme of their own choice. Linoleum and paper will be provided. 
About the Artist: Celeste De Luna is a printmaker from the lower Rio Grande Valley of South Texas. De Luna's work includes large-scale woodcuts and fabric installation and has shown her work nationally and internationally in New York, Chicago, and Morelia, Michoacán and is showing at Centro de Artes in Market Square in San Antonio.   An educator for over 12 years, she is also a lecturer at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley where she teaches printmaking and drawing.