Days and Time: Sundays, April 16, 23 and 30,10AM-12PM
Join us and artist Alan Li this spring for a nature-inspired art course! Over 3 sessions, you’ll learn how to turn your original ideas into unique Linocut art prints. Our instructor will demonstrate each stage of the linocut process, from design and carving to hand-printing techniques. Suggestions for setting up a printmaking workspace at home will also be discussed.
At the end of the course, you’ll take home a variety of hand-crafted prints made on Japanese Mulberry paper, blank Greeting Cards and toned art papers.
Note: Art materials will be provided. Please bring your own digital device (tablet, laptop or phone) for researching ideas, personal photos, sketches or designs for inspiration and reference.
Price (for all three sessions):
$120 (General, 18-59 years)
$110 (Seniors, 60+ years)
Meet your instructor: Alan Li
Alan Li is a visual artist focused on nature. He supports conservation efforts through the sale of his artwork and through volunteering. Alan believes that the act of drawing can open people’s eyes to the planet’s wondrous diversity, and show them that it matters. Alan currently pursues his own projects, teaches workshops, and collaborates with grassroots environmental groups. He founded the League of Urban Nature Artists (LUNA) in 2019.