Pulp Painting is an emerging specialty that attracts visual artists’ attention. Artists, printmakers, painters, book artists, installation artists, and people who love to make creative work will enjoy this one-day workshop. In this workshop, students will learn how to freely made paintings with dyed pulp. Yasaman Moussavi will demonstrate making pulp out of scrap paper, dyeing pulps, and creating color sheets.
Yasaman Moussavi is a visual artist and art instructor. She holds an MFA with two emphases on Painting and Printmaking from Texas Tech University, where she explored and developed her skills in papermaking, printmaking, and installation art. In her art practice research, she explores the socio-cultural in-betweenness as a capacity and disposition to participate in meaning-making across cultures and languages. For her, transitional spaces are the performative embodiment of spatial mapping and in-betweenness. Her works have been displayed in many national and international solo and group exhibitions such as Juried International Exhibition of Contemporary Art, Irving Art Center, TX and A.I.R Gallery Biennial, Brooklyn, NY, among others. She is a co-founder of Didaar Art Collective, a Chicago -based Iranian art community. She currently lives and works in Chicago.
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This free virtual workshop is presented by the Chicago Printers Guild (CPG) with support from Spudnik. The CPG supports and fosters the work of printers of all backgrounds with opportunities to share knowledge, information and ideas among printers and the printing community; strives to bring awareness of printmaking taking place in Chicago and beyond to the community at large
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