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David Owen Hastings. Collagraph - A print made from a collage of various materials glued to a plate which is than inked. David Owen Hastings. John Ross. Jim Steg. Collagraph Prints - Mary Ann Wenniger. Stefan Barton. Gerda Roze. Gerda Roze. Bill Wheeler. Assignment:

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David Owen Hastings

Collagraph- A print made from a collage of various materials glued to a plate which is than inked.

David Owen Hastings

John Ross

Jim Steg

Collagraph Prints - Mary Ann Wenniger

Stefan Barton

Gerda Roze

Gerda Roze

Bill Wheeler


Using the Collagraph process, compose a creative

landscape or cityscape.

This piece can be abstract or realistic, culturally inspired or fantasy.

Whatever you choose, make sure that you have sketches and research in your sketchbook.

Use various found materials to help you develop your plate- these materials will be glued onto your illustration board and than varnished to seal them before inking

Materials: thin pieces of cardboard or oak tag, raffia, string, yarn, pencil shavings, rice, leaves, small dried flowers, reeds, burlap, sand, fine meshed fabrics, netting, tin foil, embossed wallpaper or other textured materials.

Anything will work as long as it is not more than 1/8" high. If you have objects that are higher you will have trouble printing properly.

Arthur Merric Bloomfield Boyd

All printing must be done on the blue press. The black press is used for more precision printing.

Make a series of at least 3 prints.

You can make more if you wish.

You can also change the look of each in the way that you ink it.

Ray Davenport

1 of your prints should be a blind print or embossing.

This is done before you begin using ink,

run the un-inked plate through the press with a damp piece of paper.

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