Japan has a long, rich history of woodblock printing, called mokuhanga, dating back to the 11th century. The ukiyo-egenre of block prints flourished in Japan from the 17th through 19th centuries. Morikami is offering a workshop with a modern twist on this ancient art form, where participants can carve and print with linoleum blocks to create unique and exciting imagery.
Instructor Brian Reedy has been teaching this method for over 20 years, and offers an approach that is easily accessible for beginners, yet challenging for seasoned artists.
Printing inks can stain clothes, so dress appropriately. Please wear old clothes or bring an apron.
- 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
- Saturday, November 16, 2019
- $50 per session
- $10 (cash payable to the instructor)
- Oki Education Center
Meet Your Instructor
Brian Reedy is a Miami-based artist who specializes in block prints. His artwork has been shown in galleries and museums nationwide, and has been featured in several international art fairs in New York City, Chicago and Miami. His work can be found at Woodcut Emporium on Etsy.com