Take advantage of your Sundays by making art in a creative environment. Studio Sundays are an ongoing studio experience that meet once a month at Oehme Graphics’ state of the art printmaking facility. The camaraderie of other artists and insight of Master Printer, Sue Oehme, will help you advance your ideas and artwork. Each Studio Sunday will feature a short demo by Sue, held at 10:15 am highlighting a topic ranging from plexiglass drypoints, copper etchings, collograph plates, paper preparation, and other skills. The loose structure of the class allows students to work independently as well as receive personal feedback on their projects. Classes run from 10 – 4.
Open to artists of all ages, skill levels, and backgrounds. Studio supervision/basic materials for each topic are provided. Space is limited to six artists at a time. Workshops include a demo by the instructor, presentation of Oehme Graphics’ collection for examples, one 4 x5 or 4 x 6 inch plate, paper and materials, and time printing on our two presses. Additional materials are available for purchase, or feel free to bring your own. Light snacks and beverages will be provided, but we recommend that you pack a lunch.
March 14 – Watercolor Monotypes
April 11 – Drypoints with Watercolor on Plexi
May 16 – Stencils with Watercolor
June 6 – Collographs (Make Plates)
June 20 – Print Collographs
July 11 – Copper Etching/Drypoint
July 25 – Chine-Collé (with Plexi or Copper Plates)
August 15 – Solar Plates (Text or Ink Drawings)
September 12 – Silk Aquatints
October 17 – Color Mixing – Print Pre-Made Plates
November 14 – Holiday Cards
December 12 – Etched/Carved Snowflakes
Cost is $100 per day with 50% due upon enrollment.
There will be no refunds for cancellations of less than 7 days prior to the class.
We will be taking precautions due to COVID-19, and will require participants to wear a face covering in the studio. We will also be practicing social distancing. The OG staff is dedicated to maintaining a clean, safe environment in our studio, including disinfecting high-touch surfaces regularly and frequent hand-washing.