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Joy Stocksdale: Open Studio and Workshop

Joy Stocksdale, Green Palm Leaves, 30" x 60"

Joy Stocksdale, Green Palm Leaves, 30″ x 60″

Open Studio: Art at the Source

Come see Joy Stocksdale showcase her work at her open studio in Sebastopol, CA.  See her work up close, and view scarves, wearable tops, men’s ties, and wall pieces for sale.

June 1-2 and 8-9

10 am – 5 pm

919 Midpine Way Studio #33A Sebastopol, CA 95472

Polychromatic Screen Printing Workshop

Sunday, Sept 15th

9:30 am – 4:30 pm

An excellent workshop for painters, monoprinters, watercolorists, textile artists, screen printer, or anyone interested in obtaining multiples from one painted image on paper or fabric. Why labor over one painting when you can paint once and get multiples. The innovative process of polychromatic screen printing results in a limited edition from the original painted screen — with no color registration. Similar to an extended monoprint process that produces 5-8 prints from a single painted image. Students complete one print session. No solvents used. For all levels of ability. Six students only. $75–includes some materials.

For more information 707/829-1756 or email joystocks@comcast.net.

Support Joy’s work and teachings and sign up if you’re in the area! For more information for Sebastopol’s Art at the Source, visit http://www.artatthesource.org/

Thanks!

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