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Drawing to Print, April 2022

April 24, 2022 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm



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A 2-Day In-Studio Workshop!

Sundays, April 24 and May 1, 2pm-5pm

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About this Workshop:

Learn how to translate your drawings into a two-color screenprint in this two-day workshop! Students will practice and experiment with drawing techniques using a variety of media, and then gain an understanding of the ins and outs of Pyramid’s screenprinting studio.

On day one, Dominick Rabrun will lead students through simple drawing exercises and design conversations that will encourage the creation of designs that are bold, practical, and communicative of each individual’s vision. Students will have one week to continue to work on their drawings between sessions. On day two, Gretchen Schermerhorn will lead students through the process of transforming their drawings into a two-color screenprint. By learning how to ‘register’ colors and work with color transparency, the prints will have a unique depth and a level of sophistication. Students will leave with a small edition of 10 prints and an understanding of how to repeat the process. 

Level: Beginner – no experience necessary!

Registration closes March 28, 2022. Material fees were included with your registration to cover items supplied in class, including ink, paper, transparencies, drawing materials, and bristol board. Students will receive a small list of additional items to bring to class.

Sample images by Dominick Rabrun


Registration includes a $25 materials fee to cover consumable materials provided in class, including ink, paper, transparencies, drawing materials, and bristol board. All materials will be supplied on Day 1 of class. Students will need to bring a few additional materials of their own for Day 2, including:

  • Your final sketches, approximately 9″ x 12″ in size
  • (optional) Personal apron or smock (or wear clothes that can get inky)
  • (optional) A pencil and notebook for note taking 



Dominick Rabrun is an artist, teacher, writer, producer, director, and general maker of things. His work seeks to link and explain the fragmented sections of his unique life and experiences. On a personal level, much of his worldview was shaped by his status as a First-Generation immigrant, childhood trauma, and growing up in a deeply conservative Christian household. On a professional level, much of his processes were shaped by 12 years of experience working as an IT specialist for the US government. Top these off with natural inclinations towards technology, video games, biology, music, and art education; at the intersection of all these points, you get Dominick’s artistic practice. His art is first and foremost an attempt to create a language or system wherein he can compartmentalize all of his competing inspirations. He finds that allowing them a space to inform and interact with one another serves as his greatest catalyst for creative inspiration and evolution.

Gretchen Schermerhorn
is a printmaker and hand papermaker and currently serves as Artistic Director at Pyramid Atlantic. She received her MFA in Printmaking from Arizona State University, and since then has completed artist residencies at The Women’s Studio Workshop in New York, Columbia College Center for Book and Paper in Chicago, Seacourt Print Workshop in Northern Ireland, California State University and the Robert Rauschenberg Residency in Florida. Her prints, installations, and works on paper works have been exhibited around the country and internationally, and her work is part of the Montgomery County Public Art Trust, Anne Arundel Community College’s print collection, and the Janet Turner Print Collection. You can learn more about her work at www.gretchenschermerhorn.com.

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