On campus this past weekend, Mitch Lyons offered a 4-day workshop to demonstrate his very own printmaking process, which he has been developing since 1968. His innovative approach…
”does not require a printing press. [Instead], a clay slab is used as the matrix and rich monotypes and collage pieces can be created with non-toxic Akua waterbased inks and modifiers. The approach is energetic and open to each individuals style.”-Kristi Colell
Having taught at West Chester University, Moore College of Art, Rowan University, Alfred University, and the University of Delaware, and led over 150 workshops, Lyons is an experienced instructor. He holds a BFA in Graphics from the University of the Arts, and an MFA in Ceramics from the Tyler School of Art. His work is in the collections of the Brooklyn Museum, the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Noyes Museum of Art.
Yet another way California Lutheran is imPRESSING its students.
Any students interested in printmaking are encouraged to check out Kristi Colell’s on-campus printshop classes. Ranging from beginner to advanced, they offering a wide array of printing processes.