Utilitarian Printmaking: Leather Keychains
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By combining simple printmaking tools with simple leatherwork tools, you can make your own leather accoutrements.
Join Spudnik Press Fellow, Ashley Shaul, as she shares a utilitarian printmaking-meets-leatherworking project: leather keychains.
Starting with a simple graphic image, this workshop will walk students through the process of transferring this image to a linoleum block, carving the image in relief, and printing onto pieces of leather. Students will also learn the basics of manipulating leather, by shaping, attaching to a durable key ring, and finishing with stitched edges.
All ages welcome
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Ashley Shaul is a Chicago artist, printmaker, and taxidermy hobbyist hailing from Detroit. She received her BA in 2012 focused on traditional illustration and art history at Columbia College Chicago and her MFA in Print Media from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2014. Her work revolves around figures that depict objectification and zoomorphism. Pieces can be found in the permanent collection of The National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, and various private collections throughout the US.