Wednesdays, Oct 4 – Oct 25, 2:00-4:00 pm
Instructor: Cathie Crawford
CAC Member: $140, Non-Member: $160
Minimum students required: 6 Maximum students: 8
All materials and tools required for the class will be provided, except for the items below. Students will leave with a cutting tool set and a small edition of 5 prints.
Student Material List: Pencil, eraser, a roll of paper towels and an apron if desired. All other materials are included.
The 1st class will meet in the 2nd floor gallery for a power point presentation and the other three classes will meet in the 3rd floor classroom.
About the instructor:
Originally from New York City, Cathie Crawford lived overseas six years in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and Grenoble France with her husband, Rich McBride. She returned to Peoria in 2004 from France. She has concentrated on the color reduction woodcut since earning an MFA degree in 1987 from Bradley University where she had a one-person retrospective in December of 2016. Her work has been included in more than three hundred exhibitions, thirty solo exhibitions, ninety juried national shows and twenty-five international juried exhibitions since completing a BFA from The Ohio State University in Columbus Ohio.
About her work, she writes, “the beauty of water and the ever-changing colors of the landscape have been a constant source of inspiration throughout my almost forty-year printmaking career. My recent work has been a gradual transformation to a more non-objective approach to the landscape. It is a convergence of color, line, shape, and texture in an ambiguous space with whispers of landscape.”
Photo: Craig Stocks