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Chine Colle

Intaglio Chine Collé Methods

Class has been cancelled due to low enrollment.

  • Dates: Saturday, October 3 and Sunday, October 4; 10am–4pm
  • Cost: $225 (10% discount for HP members)
  • Registration: Deadline is Monday, September 21
  • Enrollment: Maximum 10; minimum 6
  • Ages: 18+; for intermediate to advanced students
  • Instructor: Jeremy Lundquist

This weekend workshop will introduce chine collé, a way to adhere thinner paper to a backing sheet while simultaneously printing an intaglio image. These techniques allow for an almost seamless inclusion of lightweight paper onto a heavier, support sheet that can alter the color, surface or other qualities of a print. The workshop will cover preparation of a cooked wheat paste as well as other glue options. There will be chine collé printing demonstrations and the opportunity for participants to print from their own existing intaglio plates. The workshop is intended for students that have intaglio printmaking experience. Ink, chemistry, pastes, paper, tools, equipment and instructional/technical support are all provided. Students will need to provide existing intaglio plates and may wish to bring additional paper.

About the Instructor:
Jeremy Lundquist was born in California, raised in the suburbs of Chicago and currently lives and works in St. Paul and Minneapolis. He has been an artist-in-residence at Ox-Bow, Harold Arts, Spudnik Press, Kala Art Institute, the Vermont Studio Center, and the Grant Wood Fellow in Printmaking at the University of Iowa. His work has also been exhibited at Highpoint Center for Printmaking, the Chicago Cultural Center, Gallery 400 at the University of Illinois – Chicago, the Minnesota Center for Book Arts and additional venues nationally and internationally. Jeremy is currently the printmaking teacher at the state of Minnesota’s Perpich Arts High School. He has also taught at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee and the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design. He received his BA in Studio Art from Grinnell College and his MFA in Printmaking from Ohio University.

 


To register for classes, call Highpoint at 612-871-1326 or email info@highpointprintmaking.orgRegistrations are finalized upon receipt of payment. If payment is not received within one business week your place in the class will not be reserved.