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    • Christina Venema
    • http://www.etsy.com/blog/en/2009/artistic-endeavors-art-buyers-guide-to-printmaking/ Art that is created by transfer of and image onto a new surface.
    •  It all started with woodcuts. Europeans made prints as early as the 5th century. Earliest dated print from 1446 was found in Germany. http://strose.lunaimaging.com:
    •  Wood-cut Using knives to cut away areas that you don’t want ink. http://gentryfineartengraving.com/page7/files/page7_5.jpg Linoleum- cut Areas that you want color are left are left and others are cut away.
    • scratching metal(copper)with an image to be inkedand printed. Styles Dry point Engraving Etching Aquatint Mezzotint http://www.duckprintfineart.com.au/techniques/intaglio1.jpg
    •  Drawn on stone with a oil based material that resists water and sticks to ink.http://australianmuseum.net.au/Uploads/Images/9590/gould007_big.jpg
    •  Blocking out areas of a screen so that ink will only pass through the screen onto paper through open spaces.http://www.amillionlives.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/Screen-Printing-Process.jpg
    • Self portrait, Linoleum cutPrintmaking artist inspiredMake 10 sketchesPull 4 editionsCritique
    • Cut linoleum Cut away Transfer sketchblock to size and linoleum in to linoleum.square corners. negative space. Roll ink ontolinoleum square Roll out ink Mix & prep ink Center paper Press paper onto Peel and Dry! over linoleum linoleum
    • Make Corners Square
    • Trace or Draw sketch onto linoleum
    • Cut away areas that do not have line to create the negative space.
    • http://daisyyellow.squarespace.com/storage/110316_misc_0308.jpg?__SQUARESPACE_CACHEVERSION=1300327705704 Mix colors & make more workable
    • Roll ink into uniform layer to cover brayer.
    • Roll ink with brayer onto linoleum.Repeat a few times to get good coverage.
    • Place linoleum in the center of paper with ink down gently.
    • Using uniform pressure role a pin over linoleum
    • Flip paper and linoleum over. Slowly peel back paper Place in flat drying area.
    • Finished self portrait Andy Warhol Inspired.
    • All images un-cited are photos taken by Christina Venema.