Photo Etching and Silkscreen with Liz
  • Boston, United States
  • 16 hours over 4 days

Photo Etching and Silkscreen with Liz

Learn photo etching and silkscreen printing with a renown Boston teacher in her bustling, collaborative studio. Incorporating storytelling and subconscious imagery, Liz's work is fantastical and distinct. Make your own individual patterns, designs, and prints to bring home.


    One Guest
    USD $1060
    Additional guest(s) (max 4)
    USD $240


    One Guest
    USD $220
    Additional guest(s)
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    Meet the Artist

    Liz is a printmaker, sculptor, painter and a teacher. She is best known for her traditional etchings on copper plates, photo plate etchings, and silkscreen prints that are often printed on non-traditional materials, including wood, metal, and cardboard. Her imagery springs from the unconscious mind and brings to mind ideas about the earthly and the divine. Located in Boston’s bustling Back Bay, Liz’s studio has 3 etching presses, litho press and a complete silkscreen shop. It is a collaborative, lively space where several professional printmakers work together, and she describes the atmosphere as one of exchange and support. She clearly thrives on the cultural and creative exchange that art makes possible.

    VAWAA Includes:

    • Intensive instruction in either silkscreen or etching.
    • Learn the basic process of silkscreen printing.
    • Create multicolored silkscreen products.
    • Learning etching process from image creation to inking and pulling print.
    • Learn dry point and hard ground etching techniques.

    Stay at Liz's

    Stay in a lovely Victorian house in a quiet neighborhood. This sun-filled apartment includes a spacious open plan living room, dining room, kitchen, and three bedrooms (1 queen bed, 2 single beds, 1 single bed) with shared bathroom. There is a garden, a private entrance to the apartment and parking.

    Explore Boston

    Unbelievably walkable for such a big city, Boston is best explored on foot. From tracing the iconic Freedom Trail to idling time in Boston Common (where both Martin Luther King Jr. and Pope John Paul II gave speeches) to wandering the historic brick-lined streets, you can spend all day walking this city. And the stereotype is true—there’s history on every corner, where some of the most iconic moments in American history happened. To get a taste of American culture and heritage, the historic sites—typically in colonial buildings on cobblestone streets—are the perfect place to start.

    Additional Details

    This VAWAA is available for a longer duration. Please ask when you send your booking request.