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Author Archives: Kathy Klompas
It’s a new year at Ragged Edge Printmaking Studio.Â Â We have new studio partners and new energy.Â We have been having open studio sessions and looking for others who want to join in the fun. Watch for more scarf printing … Continue reading
RaggedEdge Studio was a guest presenter at the Colonie Art League last Tuesday.
8TH JANUARY -SUNDAY 10 am to 1pm 10TH JANUARY- TUESDAY 10am to 1pm As a follow up to the Tuesday Cal presentation, we are exploring waterbased monotype with chine colle , you are all welcome to attend, especially CAL members
Starting January 10, 2012 from 5:30-7, Ragged Edge Beads will be starting our polymer clay jewelry experiments. We will have four classes Â followed by a make-up and hang out session. January 10, 2012–The first class we will be learning the … Continue reading
Below is a preview to the small group learning experience on how to turn their digital images into fine art prints using the photopolymer process at Ragged Edge Print Studio on November 11, 2011. First, using Photoshop on a computer … Continue reading
Ragged Edge Beads @Â Ragged Edge Print Studio (â€œLike Us on Facebookâ€. Â FacebookÂ will also keep you posted and reminded onÂ up coming events). We have been combining our creativity and design to come up with some very impressive wired pendants these last … Continue reading
Ragged Edge Beads @ Ragged Edge Print Studio (â€œLike Us on Facebookâ€. Facebook will also keep you posted and reminded on up coming events). Last year I came across the technique of what I like to call wire framing. I … Continue reading
Using your own digital images, you learn the different processes to create a printing plates . You’ll work with light sensitive Toyobo Printlight plates,which are photopolymer plates that are sensitive to photographic andÂ photobased imagery, as well as direct drawing. You … Continue reading