2016 Japanese Art Society of America Lecture

Wednesday, November 2, 6:00 pm
Japanese Art Society of America at The Marymount School
1026 Fifth Avenue, between 83rd and 84th Streets, New York
Mokuhanga in Translation: Printing, Writing and Teaching: the World of Japanese Woodcuts

Join us for a lecture by April Vollmer, a New York–based artist and printmaker who specializes in mokuhanga, Japanese woodcut printmaking. Ms. Vollmer received an MFA from Hunter College, has exhibited her work internationally and has taught workshops across the U.S. Awards include fellowships at the MacDowell Colony, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts,and the Nagasawa Art Park program in Japan. Her work has been published in journals including Science, Contemporary Impressions and Art in Print. She was on the board of the First and Second International Mokuhanga Conferences in Japan and her book, Japanese Woodblock Print Workshop, was released by Watson-Guptill in 2015. Reservations are required: please visit JASA Calendar of Events.
April Vollmer, Three of Hearts, 12 x 12 inches, mokuhanga and gold leaf

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Kentler Flatfile Inventory

 

YOUR FLATFILES INVENTORY:

Current holdings:

Breathing Out – Mokuhanga with silkscreen, ed. 5/12, 21.5” x 21.5”, 2004, $1000
Cherry – Mokuhanga ed. ?/25, 21.5” x 21.5”, 2005, $1000
Cranefly Mandala – Mokuhanga ed. ?/20, 13.5” x 13.5”, 2005, $400
Secret Flower – Mokuhanga ed. ?/7, 22” x 22”, 2006, $1000
Attractor – Mokuhanga 12/25, 17.5” x 16.5”, 2006, $1200
Delirious Birds and Bees – Mokuhanga, ed. 2/16, 26” x 26”, 2007, $2600
Murca Mosque – Mokuhanga ed. 10/20, 10” x 10”, 2001, $300

Breathing In (red) – Mokuhanga with silkscreen, edition ?/12, 21.5” x 21.5”, 2004, $1000


Sold/removed:
Attractor- Mokuhanga, 15” x 17”, 2006, $900 (sold to Jacob Israelow, 2014)
Hex- Mokuhanga, 10” x 10”, 2006, $250 (sold to Matthew Szenher, 2013)
Alstromeria (pink)- Woodcut, 15.5” x 15.5”, 2006, $500 (sold to Florence Neal, 2013)

2016 Book Events

Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s Sakura Matsuri, Brooklyn, New York
Saturday and Sunday, April 30 and May 1 from 1:00 to 3:00 pmNewark Public Library, Newark, New Jersey
Saturday, May 21, from 2:00 to 4:00 Lecture and Hands-on Demonstration, part of the exhibition Impressions of the Natural World, Japanese Prints from the Special Collections DivisionMorgan Art of Papermanking Conservatory and Educational Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio
Friday, August 28, 2016, in conjunction with a two day class

2015 MakingArtSafely, Santa Fe, New Mexico

2015 July 13 to 17

This intensive week long class begins following Santa Fe’s famous International Folk Art Market, July 10, 11 and 13  (www.folkartmarket.org), so come a little early to enjoy this world renowned festival. The class takes place in Santa Fe at the studios of MakingArtSafely, devoted to promoting environmentally friendly printmaking techniques. Making Art Safely

This class is an opportunity to explore the water-based Japanese woodblock technique called mokuhanga in Japanese. It is the same technique used to print the classic ukiyo-e prints of Hokusai and Utamaro, and evolved in Japan during the Edo period from Chinese precedents and has many unique qualities.  Shading and other amazing effects are achievable due to the very different approach to printing a block from Eurocentric techniques.

Each participant will create an edition of multi-colored prints on handmade paper to learn about this flexible, non-toxic method. Each day a different aspect of Japanese woodblock will be presented, including tools and sharpening, the kento registration system, pigments and ink, printing with a baren, Japanese paper, and specialized printing techniques such as goma and bokashi. While a knowledge of printmaking basics will be helpful, this class should be rewarding to beginners as well as more advanced printmakers.

The class photo: great students!
Artists posing with prints from the 2013 class!

MakingArtSafely

7506 A Old Santa Fe Trail

Santa Fe, NM 87505-9538

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