In my Japanese woodblock printmaking workshops, participants learn the how to carve, print with water-based pigments, kento registration, and pressing with a baren – all hallmarks of the mokuhanga (wood print) printmaking process dating back to the 17th century.
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“Mary Brodbeck’s mastery of mokuhanga is nearly as inspiring and beautiful as her patience and kindness as a teacher. I would recommend her workshop to anyone who wants to learn more about Japanese prints.” ~Trishelle J.
“Incredibly thorough! A workshop that engages all skill levels.” ~Ashlee M.
“Mary was great at showing step by step….I improved my process 100%.” ~Barbara M.
“Mary’s class actually exceeded my expectations, it was great.”” ~Dee B.
“Mary is that rare combination, a proficient artist and a great teacher.” ~Alex P.
“Mary’s class was a nice, easy introduction to an art that I am really interested in. She did a lot to make it really accessible.” ~Joe V.
“My experience of having Mary as a personal instructor was extremely helpful and inspiring. It allowed me the courage to work and experiment with a brand new art medium.” ~Sybil G.
“This was the most enjoyable art workshop I have ever taken.” ~Elizabeth G.
610 W. Willard St., Studio D • Kalamazoo, MI 49007 • 269-344-6654 • email@example.com
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* Original Woodblock Prints * Guest Lecturer and Instructor * Documentary Film * Greeting Cards *
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