Time Capsule

I have been coming to the Hill School as an artist in residence off and on since 2009. It has been a few years since I have been on campus so when I arrived in the classroom, a box (see below) was on the supply table and Mrs. Nelson, the art teacher, suggested I go through it.

Time Capsule

Opening this box was like opening a time capsule. Several years of examples and lesson plans filled this box to the brim. I was really awe struck to see time recorded in such a concrete way. I photographed some examples for below.

Ways to make relief prints
Dry Point on acetate
Foil Print
Stencil and Mask
Step by Step Reduction Linocut

The above are just a few of the examples of the many printing techniques we covered over the years. I am sort of glad to have reacquainted myself with many of these techniques and am happy to have an example of a step by step reduction lino example that I will be able to share in an upcoming post.

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