WAIT LIST ONLY - The Provincetown Print with Bernadette Waystack
- $85.00 - Non Member
- $70.00 - Member
Join instructor Bernadette Waystack as you follow in the footsteps of a long line of artists who have embraced this uniquely Cape Cod method of creating. This one-day workshop is a hands-on introduction to the technique of white-line woodblock printing, also known as “the Provincetown Print,” and an exploration of the history of the method and its invention in Provincetown in the early 1900s. Participants will then learn how to carve the block and create their own personal prints. This class meets in the Owl Hall on the main level of the Education Wing.
All tools and materials will be provided and are included in the price. Students are asked to bring along their own simple line drawing (think children’s coloring book pages), approximately 6” x 8”.
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Bernadette Corbett Waystack is a painter, teacher and Harwich Port-based artist whose work explores the concept of painting as prayer. She holds a deep sense of the meditative aspect of co-creation with the Divine that flows through, around, and under everything in nature. She finds there to be an unmistakable intersection of landscape as memory and with the emotions it provokes. While that profound sense of spirit is evident everywhere, the places she most often finds herself pulled to, and inspired by, are her home on the shores of Cape Cod, along with the White Mountains of New England and the Virgin Islands where she spends the rest of her time. While she works in a range of visual arts media, she paints primarily in oils and pastel. She is also devoted to the traditional method of white line woodblock printmaking developed in Provincetown in the early 1900's. Occasionally, she is moved to work with textiles, creating art quilts and fabric collages. Bernadette is a teaching artist with over thirty years of experience. She is a resident artist at the Harwich Cultural Center where she maintains a working studio space (Studio A-04 in the Creative Suite). Her work has been shown in numerous exhibitions including the Provincetown Art Association & Museum, Cape Cod Museum of Art, the Cultural Center of Cape Cod and is found in private and corporate collections regionally.
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