Intaglio Intensive with Gregory Burnet
- Dates: Monday – Friday, August 3–7, 9:30am – 4:00pm daily
- Ages: 21+; Some basic intaglio experience required
- Cost: $845 (no discounts offered)
- Registration: Deadline is Monday, July 6
- Enrollment: Maximum 10, minimum 6
- Instructor: Gregory Burnet
About the Workshop:
After 30+ years of working successfully with artists of all caliber to bring their work and ideas to fruition, Master Printer Gregory Burnet will share his experience and technical expertise with the workshop participants, offering insight into the collaborative process of working one on one with a Master Printer. During this workshop he’ll share his broad technical knowledge that intaglio artists need to achieve the best possible results. Techniques covered will include a wide range, from the basic to the most advanced: press set up, choosing papers, paper preparation, ink modification, inking and wiping, drypoint, etching, engraving, spit bite using Ferric Chloride, multiple plate registration and printing, flattening and curation of the edition. Additional techniques will be addressed according to class interest and workshop time.
About the Instructor:
Gregory Burnet is the Master Printer at Burnet Editions which he founded in New York City in 1991. Located in Manhattan, Burnet Edtions 1,700 square foot studio specializes in all the intaglio print processes. The studio does both contract printing, and publishing with artists. The studio’s three different size presses allow for both small and large-scale print projects. After graduating with a B.A. (Fine Art) in Australia, Gregory printed for etching and engraving studios for ten years in England and the United States before settling in New York. This included four years in London printing the “Banks Florelegium” for the British Museum of Natural History, three years at Graphic Studio in Tampa Florida and several print studios in the New York area. Since starting Burnet Editions he’s collaborated with a broad range of artists including emerging, mid-career and established artists, presenting a huge range of artistic sensibilities. Burnet has worked with Richard Serra, Kara Walker, Richard Tuttle, Glenn Ligon, John Hartman, Richard Artschwager, Julie Mehretu, Sean Scully, John Currin, and Robert Mangold among others.
Greg Burnet has taught Printmaking at Trinity College and Graduate Printmaking at Yale University. In addition, he has given many intaglio workshops including Rice University, Bowdoin College, the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, University of South Carolina and the International Print Center N.Y. His work and print publications are in major museums and collections worldwide.
To register for classes, call Highpoint at 612-871-1326 or email email@example.com. Registrations are finalized upon receipt of payment. If payment is not received within one business week your place in the class will not be reserved.