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Author Archives: Kathy Klompas
The studio has been humming every Tuesday with artists from a variety of backgrounds experimenting with printmaking. So much good work is being made we, we have hung a selection at the Niskayuna Library. Now that I have transitioned to … Continue reading
Two of my monotypes were chosen for this show, opening is Friday September 6. Lucky enough to have the dilemma of which show to be at, as I have 7 pieces hanging for First Friday on Lark Street at La … Continue reading
Come visit! Ruby and I will be here 10 to 3 Saturday , September 30. Watch demos or make your own monotype!
I’ve been having a great time getting ready for our first fun class at Macy’s! On June 22, I’ll be introducing the fun of casual printmaking using gelatin plates to a group at Macy’s in Colonie Center. Here’s the blurb: … Continue reading
Encaustic Classes with Ali Herrmann Vibrant artist Ali Herrmann will reveal the basic techniques that make encaustic printmaking so immediate and powerful for unique, mixed media applications. You will see the the tools and materials necessary to get started … Continue reading
Last Wednesday I got to spend a couple hours with Kathy Klompas at Ragged Edge Printmaking Studio in Cohoes, NY. She invited me to the studio to learn how to make a mono print, after I expressed interest in her … Continue reading
Collography is a simple and fun way to develop a printing plate, think of it as making a collage of texture on a rigid substrate. In the example above just two materials, contact paper and sequin waste (think of a … Continue reading
“Fiber Action Print Passion,” featuring the work of Kathy Klompas of Clifton Park, is on display during the month of March at Unitarian Universalist Society of Schenectady. Owner of Ragged Edge Printmaking Studio in Cohoes and a member of Oakroom … Continue reading
Mary Ellen, Kathy. Ruby and Helga remind you that our show Singular Impressions will be up in the Jan Rutland Artist’s Space at the National Bottle Museum until April 7. We invite you to drop by and take a look!