• Botanical Printmaking

  • Thu, 03/19/2020 at 5:45 pm
  • Elizabeth Palmisano, Artist
    1900 N Brevard St
    28206 Charlotte
Botanical Printmaking - Elizabeth Palmisano, Artist - Charlotte

UPDATE: This workshop has SOLD OUT. Still want to learn botanical printmaking? You may sign up for a private lesson at https://www.ellafaeart.com/book-onlineYou may also check back for upcoming workshops in April by following me on Facebook and/or sign up for my mailing list via my website to hear about upcoming events. —Learn to create beautiful, botanical prints using pressed flowers, herbs, and leaves in this small group workshop. Enjoy the freedom to create something unique to you and leave with a framed ready to hang print!About the Event:Come join local artist Elizabeth Palmisano in her private studio and learn to create beautiful, botanical prints using an etching press. Elizabeth will walk you through the step-by-step process of creating a foilograph print. In this small group workshop, we will cover how to create a foil plate using pressed plants and tips on how to best apply ink before hand-pressing or running the plate through an etching press. Plan to leave with a framed, ready to hang print.Who Should Take This Class?This class is a great option for everyone! All skill levels welcome; this a safe space in a small group setting to experiment. No experience required. Here's an opportunity to experiment and try your hand at a new craft.ANDYou’ll leave with a new skill, ignited creativity, new community, insight, expanded vision, and a beautiful framed print that's uniquely yours. Materials:$49 covers all materials including a frame (and light snacks), yet:***What you could bring: Any pressed flowers, herbs, or leaves that hold meaning for you; fabric with texture such as lace, thread etc.Here’s your chance to meet and work with Charlotte artist, Elizabeth Palmisano. Elizabeth was recently featured at the renowned Mint Museum, and is best known in the community for creating art that promotes healing, fosters inclusiveness, and broadens perspective and vision. The totality of her work is through the lens and light of honor, compassion, and possibility, and this is the space she invites you into.