Culture Connect Featured Event
PHOTO: Roxanne Faber Savage works with her favorite medium
After the wildly successful introduction of “Impressionist Salon” evening workshops in October, the
Exploring several processes and techniques (including painterly monotype, Styrofoam prints, stencil prints and plexi-intaglio) students make one-of-a kind images on an etching press. This process, called monoprint and monotype, is ideal for experienced and beginning artists alike.
“My process is about being fearless about the unknown” says visiting instructor Roxanne Faber Savage. “Errors are embraced and appear as distressed, unclear ephemera giving exceptional meaning to the work.” Water based printing inks will be used. Dress for mess and bring lunch.
A multidisciplinary artist, Roxanne relies on printmaking as her primary art form. She is a seasoned educator on the Connecticut Commission on Culture and tourism Teaching Artist Roster. An award winning artist, she has received recognition for her innovative and original prints on paper, plastic, and metal. Roxanne has extensive education in printmaking and drawing, studying internationally in
Her works are featured in solo and invitational exhibitions, and are held in corporate and private collections. Select exhibition venues include: 440 Gallery (
The workshop will take place on November 28th and December 5th from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. The DAC Visual Arts Studio is located at