Want to learn to make your own landscape woodcuts?
Landscape Woodcuts with Nikki Barber
APRIL 6 & 13, 2019
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM, SATURDAYS
This course is an introduction to relief printing, focusing on landscapes in woodblock. Skill and technique will develop as class participants create landscapes through reductive relief printing techniques. Class participants will learn how to employ safe wood cutting techniques, use oil-based inks, and generate original prints. Students will work from photographs or drawings to design, carve, and print their own landscape studies. Upon completion, participants will have an expanded toolkit of visual arts vocabulary and way of thinking artistically through the production of original and contemporary prints.
Carving tools will be available to share, but you may bring your own. Nikki recommends the Power Grip carving tools, available on Amazon. These tools are carried locally by Rockler’s near Northgate and in South Center.
22”x30” sheets of Rives BFK paper will be available to purchase in class at $6/sheet, but again, you may bring your own
Nikki Barber is a Seattle-based printmaker primarily working in relief, though often blending her woodcuts with monotype techniques
Share the love—you get a $10 refund for every person who signs up because of you!
This class must have at least 6 people to run.
All Classes are held at Editions, located at 6520 5th Ave S #114 Seattle, WA 98108
If you have any questions about this class, please contact the coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seattle- Thailand Print Exchange has a show in Seattle!
Orchids and Evergreens: Thai and Seattle Printmakers
Sept 24 through Oct 18, 2018
Opening Reception Sept 26, 5-7 PM
The M. Rosetta Hunter Art Gallery, in partnership with Nikki Barber and Miranda Metcalf, are pleased to announce a group exhibition of printmakers from Chiang Mai, Bangkok, and the Northwest. This invitational cultural and artistic exchange, co-curated by Seattle Print Arts, and with support from Davidson Galleries and Pratt Fine Arts Center, fosters international relations between printmaking communities in Thailand and the Pacific Northwest
Featured artists include (from Seattle): David Bradway, Romson Bustillo, Amber Chiozza, Claire Cowie, Trevor Foster, Kerstin Graudins, Keiko Hara, Virginia Hungate, Kamla Kakaria, Scott Kolbo, Brian Lane, Ben Moreau, Tyna Ontko, Mike Schultz, Kim Van Someren, and Charlie Spitzack, and (from Thailand): Minchaya Chayosumrit, Kraisak Chirachaisakul, Theerayuth “Lek” Inkaew, Srijai Kuntawang, Luntau, Patcharin “Nok” Meelarp, Praween Piangchompu, Orn Thongthai, Kittikong Tilokwattan, and Sirinapa “Noom Nim” Thongsuk.
Artist of the Week Feature on Seattle Refined
I am so honored to be featured on the Seattle Refined Blog. Check out the interview below!
Artist of the Week: Nikki Barber
Working in the Studio
Carving is one of my favorite parts of printmaking. At my studio in Seattle, WA I love spending time on my woodblock carving with a beer!