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Experience printmaking

Author: Donna Anderson
Publisher: Worcester, Mass. : Davis Publications, ©2010.
Series: Studio series (Davis Publications)
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This complete program explores the four different processes of printmaking: relief, intaglio, planography, and serigraphy. Each chapter relates the rich history of printmaking processes to studios designed to benefit the beginning student as well as challenge the advanced student. This high school text, full of stunning examples of prints from the past and present, emphasizes students' knowledge of elements and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Donna Anderson
ISBN: 9780871929822 0871929821 9780871929839 087192983X
OCLC Number: 503566324
Notes: Includes index.
Target Audience: Grades 9-12.
Description: ix, 241 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 29 cm + 1 teacher's edition
Contents: 1. What Is printmaking? --
2.The art of printmaking --
3. Basic relief --
4. Color in relief --
5. Intaglio --
6. Lithography --
7. Monotype --
8. Silkscreen --
9. Mixed methods and new directions --
Studio handbook.
Series Title: Studio series (Davis Publications)
Responsibility: Donna Anderson.

Abstract:

This complete program explores the four different processes of printmaking: relief, intaglio, planography, and serigraphy. Each chapter relates the rich history of printmaking processes to studios designed to benefit the beginning student as well as challenge the advanced student. This high school text, full of stunning examples of prints from the past and present, emphasizes students' knowledge of elements and principles and puts it into practice. The many aspects of planning a print, creating an edition, and even making a process book are described in depth. Highlights include: step-by-step instruction for each method of printmaking, career profiles of contemporary printmakers, print planning stages using art history references, and safety notes.
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