Create your own design for tea towels, T-shirts, tote bags and more. Lino-cut is a relief-printmaking process in which white areas are cut away and the surface of the plate is printed. Participants design an image from a linoleum block and print onto fabric. All levels welcome. Tea towels and paper will be available. Participants may also bring any other fabrics to print. All materials are provided. Bring a $15 materials fee payable to the instructor on the first day of class. Limited enrollment.
Carol Sanchez has a printmaking studio at the Harwood Art Center, where she teaches and creates art. She earned a BFA from UNM and an MFA from SUNY at Albany, both in printmaking. She has a national and international exhibition record; her works are included in private and public collections including The National Hispanic Cultural Center and Xi’an Academy of Fine Arts in Xi’an, China.