26 Sep Van Dyke Brown and Inkodye at ASLD
Exploring Color Images with Inkodye
Saturday, November 15, 2014. 9 – 3 pm
Both classes with Jackie Webster
Location: Art Students League of Denver, 200 Grant St, Denver
Please register through ASLD by clicking here and using the search option.
Van Dyke Brown Printing: This photographic process is a kissing-cousin of the cyanotype, and renders tones from a soft sepia to a rich chocolate brown. Ideal for mixed media and fiber artists, or anyone looking to experiment with new media. Learn the basics of chemistry, exposure, and processing, and then experiment with the process on a variety of supports. No photographic knowledge or experience is required.
Exploring Color Images with Inkodye: Inkodye is a light-sensitive vat dye you can use as a photo medium to print on paper, fabric, and more. Available in multiple colors, this process allows the easy printing of images for anyone looking to experiment with photography as part of their creative practice. No photographic knowledge or experience is required.
Jacqueline Webster has been creating photographic works for more than 25 years. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in video from the Savannah College of Art and Design, where she also completed coursework in photography. Working exclusively in traditional and historic photographic processes, Jacqueline has studied under Patricia Ambrogi at Rochester Institute of Technology and Mark Osterman at the George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film. She shows her work at festivals and in galleries around the country, and her work is included in the permanent collection at Oklahoma City Community College.
CPAC Workshops with the Art Students League of Denver are scheduled each quarter. Member discounts apply.