|Exploring the Artistic Process with Houstonís Own Orna Feinstein|
|Tuesday, January 8, 2019|
If you’ve ever wondered what original prints and printmaking is all about, here is your chance to learn how prints are made. Join “Houston’s Own” artist Orna Feinstein Wednesday, January 23 at 7:00 PM for a Printmaking Workshop at the Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center.
Feinstein will educate students about monoprints and editions and their growing popularity in the art world. The session will include hands-on printmaking techniques without a press, and participants will take home their own original print.
Feinstein is a Houston-based artist and printmaker who earned her Bachelor’s degree in sculpture from the University of Houston and a diploma in printmaking from the Glassell School of Art. She is represented by Anya Tish Gallery in Houston as well as a few others around the U.S. Her innovative monoprints have won her numerous awards and are widely collected by private and corporate collectors.
Get creative, bring some friends and unwind. The workshop fee is $30 which includes supplies. Register online at erjcchouston.org/register or call 713-551-7217.
About the Exploring the Artistic Process with Houston’s Own Workshop Series
Experienced and novice artists young and old will enjoy this workshop series open to all members of the community. Programs feature instruction by a local master artist and can include drawing, painting, mixed media, collage, watercolor and beading and wire wrapping.
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