Relief Carving and Printmaking - CLASS FULL


Instructor: Jennifer Mally

Create your own designs and carve them into soft linoleum material. From your relief carvings, ink-print your designs onto cards and beautiful papers. Instructor will provide each participant with (3) 4”x 6” soft linoleum blocks, all carving tools, design paper and pencils, high quality printing paper and printing ink. You are welcome to take your carved linoleum and all prints home.

In 1984, Jennifer Mally lived in Varkaus, Finland and attended a weaving and fiber art vocational school. In 1985 she returned to Wisconsin to earn her degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of Wisconsin-Madison. After many years of working as both a machine designer and artist, she opened a glass studio where she designed art-glass installations for architects and interior designers. With strong interests in ceramics, glass, fiber art and printmaking, Jennifer returned to school in 2010 to earn her Art and Design Education degree at Edgewood Collage in Madison, Wisconsin. Jennifer has served as the director of the Adamah Art Center in Dodgeville, WI for 10 years where she designed and taught many workshops. She also founded and serves as the Executive Director of the non-profit organization, Good Foundations International. The organization sets up ceramic water filter production sites worldwide and offers skills training to women in Africa to promote their financial security and empowerment.

April 20, 2024, from 11:00 am–3:00 pm - CLASS IS FULL

  • $50.00, plus $10.00 for supplies
  • Class limit: 15

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