Come to Art House 7 to discover the art of Mokuhanga, a method of Traditional Japanese woodblock printmaking. It uses non-toxic, water-based inks and wooden plates. Mokuhanga has several different ways to produce an image, and in this workshop, you will learn one of the most basic Mokuhanga types — how to print an image with one Shina wood plate and multiple colors. You will learn how to carve a design on wood and print on paper all by hand, one color at a time. No prior experience in printmaking is needed. At the checkout, there is an option to bring your child 12 years or older.
For details on registration please visit our website! The Beginner Japanese Woodblock Printmaking Workshop will take place on Saturday, January 27th from 1:30-3:30pm.