Learn how to make screen printing ink from scratch using natural dyes and use those inks to create prints. In this class, students will create a screen printed edition on paper, working with a palette of color made possible by materials foraged and grown. The resulting work is entirely biodegradable, place-based, and beautiful!
Katey Rissi is a Pacific Northwest-based printmaker, textile artist and educator. Her work explores themes of bio-regionalism, ecology, place, time, rewilding, and enchantment. She is focused on slow-making practices like relief printing, analog image-making techniques, mending textiles, working with natural dyes, and making art materials out of things gathered and grown. For more information visit kateyrissi.com or @kateyrissi on instagram.