by Carolyn Mount
March 22nd, 2013 to May 4th, 2013
Opening: March 22nd, 5-8pm
Mount’s work focuses on urban landscape, in particular the places that exist in between residential and industrial spaces, in between being torn down and developed, in between being used and discarded; places that are found in between the public and the private realm. This exhibition will feature a series of large-scale reductive relief prints that examine these psychological hinterlands.
Reductive Relief print workshop
with Carolyn Mount
March 23 & 24th, 11am- 5pm
Carolyn Mount will be teaching a two-day workshop introducing participants to her signature reductive relief printing technique. Exploring colour, line quality and image development, participants will create a three to five colour relief print from one lino block. Carving technique, image registration and colour development, including rainbow roll-ups, will all be explored.
Registration required. Limited space available.
Cost $125 + membership