Saturdays, March 18 & 25, 9am-noon
Second WORKSHOP Added: Relief Print T-Shirts with Karsten Creightney
at 111 4th St SW, Downtown Albuquerque
516 ARTS presents a second hands-on relief print workshop for teens and adults with artist Karsten Creightney in his Downtown studio. This is a two-week workshop (Saturday, March 18 and Saturday March 25) where participants will learn techniques for drawing and carving their own designs into linoleum sheets and use a press to make releif prints on paper, t-shirts, and other fabric. The $40 regestration covers all materials and supplies except for t-shirts or other fabric.
Karsten and a workshop particpant inspect a t-shirt made during the first relief print workshop.
About Karsten Creightney: Born, raised and currently residing in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Karsten Creightney received his BA from Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio. He subsequently completed the Professional Printer Training Program at the Tamarind Institute and received an MFA in painting from the University of New Mexico.
His work is in the collection of the Arkansas Arts Center, Cleveland Museum of Art, Detroit Institute of Arts, Flint Institute of Arts, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Springfield (MO) Art Museum and numerous other institutions. The Flint Institute of Art organized the artist’s first museum one-person exhibit in 2012, showing approximately thirty works on paper.
Image above: Karsten Creightney, Potted Plant I, 2016, monoprint, silkscreen and collage on paper, 21 in x 24 in