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Welcome to the Baren Ads & Ops Newsletter
February 15, 2009 Volume I

Training Video

* In depth Moku Hanga DVD instructional video. This DVD is playable
on your computer or a video player attached to the TV. The
information and instructions shown on this professionally made DVD
is over an hour long and is second to none. It is the accumulation
of 18 years of hands on experience by Graham Scholes who has
created over 100 print images, carving 600 plates and printed
approximately 55 thousand sheets of Hosho Paper. Full details are
available at... http://www.woodblockart.ca/how-to/

* Nik Semenoff has produced a DVD - New Directions in Printmaking:
The Technical Side ·which contains the following:·-Toner in All
Media: General information on how toner can be used in print
media, Waterless Lithography: Explains how to use common caulking
silicone as the ink rejection surface on the plate, Toner in
Intaglio: How toner is used with photo intaglio plates and using
electro-etching for safer etching; Copper sulfate Mordant: Using
inexpensive copper sulfate and common salt to etch metal plates.
It can be converted to cupric chloride for etching copper plates.
Order on the Internet by using PayPal:


* Available to a Good Home for the Cost of Postage ·One 7.5” x 17”
“*Dragon Skin” (Maru Bake Hairsplitting Device)* from McClain’s,
unopened in plastic wrapper. The dimensions refer to the wood on
which the metal “skin” is mounted; the former is about 4” x 15”. I
have decided never to endure the clip-burn-scrap ordeal of
preparing brushes, so I have no use for this. US Mail is $8.00 in
the USA; not available to non-US folks, sorry.·AEleen Frisch

* *Letterpress and lead type* for sale. $300, a crating fee of $50,
plus shipping. Located in Magnolia Springs, Alabama near Mobile.
For more information and

* *Charles Brand 36” x 60” etching press* in excellent condition,
owned by a single owner (professional printer) for sale at
$10,000. Price includes 2 sets of blankets and assorted other
blankets.·Press has been well maintained and all
original parts are intact. Press is in small mid-Manhattan loft
building. Price does not include rigging, shipping. Contact: Deborah at
deborah@deborahwingsproul.com or 207.799.4097 home/studio 0r 207.272.9985 mobile

* *Cherry wood* Plank cherry excess! I ordered a bunch of solid
cherry boards and now I’m into a larger project for which I use
cherry plywood. It will be a while before I get to my cherry wood
and I thought maybe someone wants to try this delightful material
in the meantime. Stored in single digit humidity, clean, straight
boards. Cut, sanded smooth and ready to carve. Shipping additional.

Sizes approximate: 6 x 8 x 3/4 inches - $5
8 x 10 x 3/4 inches - $10
Uncut, unsanded planks, as is from the mill:
6 x 20+ inches - $15
8+ (10 max.) x 24+ inches - $25
Email 1000woodcuts@gmail.com for shipping estimate and/or to order


* *Intermediate Woodcut Printmaking Workshop with Maria Arango*

February 20-22, 2009, Red Barn Art Center Instructor: Maria Arango (2008 Artist-in-Residence) Members: $140 for both days Non-Members: $175 for both days Beatty Residents: $50 per day. Additional studio time: $25 per day

This workshop will cover the essentials of relief printmaking and introduce more advanced techniques. Instructor will demonstrate various techniques to achieve multi-color woodcuts, including puzzle woodcuts, reduction woodcuts and multi-block woodcuts. Participants will be encouraged to complete a multi-color project during the workshop. Participants of every level can be accommodated. In the spirit of printmaking tradition, participants will create a minimum of one small edition in order to exchange prints with every other participant and walk away with a beautiful collection.

Two full days of dedicated instruction from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. To reserve your space, send an email to goldwell@goldwellmuseum.org with the word WORKSHOP in the subject line. Lodging is available in nearby Beatty, lunch, a Friday night arrival dinner and all basic supplies will be provided. For more information call 702- 870-9946.

Artist Opportunities

Creatures Great and Small/ *open call* for art using animals
as metaph

October 23 - December 6, 2009
Postmark Deadline: April 1, 2009
Information: For entry form and additional information please contact Becky Atkinson, Director of University Galleries, (270) 809-6734, Becky Atkinson becky.atkinson@murraystate.edu, or www.murraystate.edu/artgallery


Ads & Ops published on the 15th of each month
Send your ad or opportunity request before the 13th to ads@barenforum.org
Newsletter coordinator: Mary Kuster mkuster@kusterart.com


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