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Intermediate Mixed Media Printmaking, January 2024

January 14 @ 10:30 am - 2:30 pm



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A 3-Week In-Studio Workshop!

Sundays, January 14, 21, and 28, 10:30am-2:30pm

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About this Workshop:

Dive deeper into the skills you developed in Introduction to Mixed Media Printmaking in this 3-week intermediate course. Participants will have more time to practice methods such as additive and subtractive monotype processes, trace monotypes, and masking with stencils while exploring advanced methods of creating imagery with the use of pressure printing, chine collé, cropping and collage. Bring your old and/or unfinished prints and learn ways to put new finishing touches on them!

Level: Intermediate – Introduction to Mixed Media Printmaking or similar experience with monotype printmaking (6 hrs) required.

Registration closes January 5, 2024. Material fees are included with your registration to cover the supplies provided in class. Students may/will need to gather/purchase additional materials for class (see the materials list below). This list will also be provided with the registration confirmation email.

Sample images by Kim Bursic


Registration includes a $35 materials fee to cover consumables like ink, newsprint, acrylic plates, and collage materials. Students will also need to gather/purchase additional materials of their own, including:

  • At least 3 sheets of 22″ x 30″ cotton rag printmaking paper (recommendations: Arnhem 1618, Rives BFK, Pescia, or Somerset Satin.)
  • A variety of textured items such as lace, string, fruit and vegetable ‘netting’ bags, thread and other materials you’d like to experiment with for collage and texture
  • Any decorative papers you might have for collaging, including Chine collé Japanese papers, Korean papers, book pages, etc.
  • Sharpie marker (any point) 
  • Sketchbook/notepad and pencil for sketching and/or taking notes
  • (optional) Personal apron (we’ll have extras) or wear clothes that can get inky
  • (optional) Personal Xacto knife and/or scissors (we’ll have extras)
  • (optional) Old prints and other papers you’d like to incorporate in your work


Kim Bursic is a painter, printmaker, and collage artist. She studied at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, where she received a BFA in printmaking and book arts. She relocated west to Washington State University to complete my MFA, focusing on printmaking, monotype and large format book structures. Her time and travels in Washington and the Pacific Northwest ignited her interest in landscape as a visual language. After graduate school, she worked on the Umatilla Indian Reservation at Crow’s Shadow Institute, a non-profit printmaking and art studio. Then she was offered a position at Tyler Graphics in NY as an etching printer. There she learned how to make fine art prints for artists such as Helen Frankenthaler, Frank Stella, Al Held, and John Walker. After working many years as a professional printer, she found painting to be a good fit for her personal and artistic needs. She regularly incorporates both into her works on paper. Learn more about her work at kimberleybursic.com.

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