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Explore your senses with the environmentally friendly medium of Mokuhanga. Originating in China, then refined in the Edo Period in Japan, Mokuhanga is experiencing a revival internationally as a nature based art form. Trained in Japan, Patty Hudak will guide participants in the immersive techniques of carving and printing, using handmade brushes, Japanese paper, rice glue, pigment, and a hand held baren to create a 2 color mokuhanga print. Materials included.


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Mokuhanga Workshop (Japanese Water Based Printmaking)

  • Saturday and Sunday, May 14 and 15, 10:00am-4:00pm

  • Patty Hudak

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