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Printmaking: Collaboration Studio
This workshop with James Reid, master printer, uses printmaking as a strategy for idea and creative work development. Taking advantage of the replicative qualities of print matrices, plates or screens, participants will expand on an idea, an image, or even an already-made plate and generate and refine one or two short print projects, including the use of printed material in collage or assemblage to create dimensional works. This workshop is a unique opportunity to work with Reid on idea generation and print proofing, not editioning, and to develop your creative process and work.
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James Reid is the manager and master printer at G.E.L. in Los Angeles. In his thirty-year long career, James printed or fabricated over 650 print and sculpture editions. Among his collaborators are Ellsworth Kelly, Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Elizabeth Murray, Vija Celmans, Roy Lichtenstein, Richard Serra, Bruce Nauman, John Baldessari, Ed Ruscha, and David Hockney.
Instructor: Yoshihiro Kitai
Yoshihiro Kitai received his BFA degree in Printmaking from PNCA in 2002 and his MFA in Printmaking/Drawing from Washington University in St. Louis in 2004. In his prints, Kitai mixes a Western style of abstraction and a Japanese style of metal leafing, conceptually focusing on his perspective as a foreigner in the United States. Kitai is represented by Pulliam Deffenbaugh Gallery in Portland, Oregon and had a recent solo exhibition at the Portland Art Center. His works are in several public and private collections, including Oregon Health and Science University, the Vivian and Gordon Gilkey Center at the Portland Art Museum and Pierce College in Tacoma, Washington. Kitai’s art has been reviewed in several publications including: Willamette Week, Portland Mercury, Daily Vanguard, and West End Word.
+ Dept/Lab Fee: $195.00
Add CE Certificate: + $60.00
Add BFA Credit: + $2,614.00
Aug 05, 2013 - Aug 16, 2013
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM