WITH JAKE LAHAH
NOV 17, 10AM-4PM
In this two-day class, students will learn and be introduced to Mokulito, an experimental form of wood lithography and carving. Students will prepare their woodblocks on Saturday in preparation for a print session on Sunday. Students should come to class with ideas of a print or drawing for a 12” by 12” block. We will be working with different painting and drawing techniques for plate preparation.
Class Dates: November 17th, 10-4pm; November 18th 10-1pm.
JAKE LAHAH received his BFA from George Mason University in Printmaking in 2017. He has shown his work around the D.C. area including exhibitions at the Torpedo Factory Target Gallery, the McGuire Gallery at the Lorton Workhouse Arts Center, George Mason’s Fenwick Gallery, and Gallery 130 at Western Carolina University. His studio practice is centered around artist books and is one of the founding members of George Mason’s self-publishing collective, TEN09. He currently lives in Richmond where he continues his printmaking practice at Studio Two Three.