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Solar Etching on Japanese Paper with Encaustic Wax Workshop
Studio intensive, advanced solar etching and encaustic workshop with Soledad Salamé.

Artist Soledad Salamé will host a series of printmaking workshops for small groups of artists in her Reservoir Hill studio. The focus of this course will be on solar etching on to Japanese paper for use with encaustic wax processes.

An Artist and Printmaker for 30 years, Soledad Salamé’s work was most recently on view at the Contemporary Museum in Baltimore.

Make Gorgeous Prints in the Studio of a Master Printmaker, Soledad Salame
Workshop: Solar Printing and Encaustic Wax
Dates: January 29, 30, and 31; February 5, 6, and 7
Duration: 3 Days
Cost: $550 Including wax, inks, two solar plates, and all studio materials (Does not include paper)
Limited to 5 artists

If you are interested please contact Soledad at 410-462-5365 or email at [email protected].

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Solar Prints and Encaustic Workshop with Soledad Salame January 29-31

Previous Story

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Solar Etching on Japanese Paper with Encaustic Wax Workshop
Studio intensive, advanced solar etching and encaustic workshop with Soledad Salamé.

Artist Soledad Salamé will host a series of printmaking workshops for small groups of artists in her Reservoir Hill studio. The focus of this course will be on solar etching on to Japanese paper for use with encaustic wax processes.

An Artist and Printmaker for 30 years, Soledad Salamé’s work was most recently on view at the Contemporary Museum in Baltimore.

Make Gorgeous Prints in the Studio of a Master Printmaker, Soledad Salame
Workshop: Solar Printing and Encaustic Wax
Dates: January 29, 30, and 31; February 5, 6, and 7
Duration: 3 Days
Cost: $550 Including wax, inks, two solar plates, and all studio materials (Does not include paper)
Limited to 5 artists

If you are interested please contact Soledad at 410-462-5365 or email at [email protected].

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Baltimore news updates from independent & regional media

This week's news includes: 25th Annual Maryland Film Festival, Aubrey Plaza cast in John Waters' Liarmouth, Lena Stringari appointed Chief of Conservation at the National Gallery - with reporting from Baltimore Fishbowl, Banner, Brew, and other local and independent news sources!

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Wendel Patrick is an associate professor of music engineering at the Peabody Institute at Johns Hopkins University; he is also a composer, producer, beatmaker, pianist, sonic architect, photographer, and videographer. But how has he sustained a career with such a diverse breadth of work?

The best weekly art openings, events, and calls for entry happening in Baltimore and surrounding areas.

This Week:  Share Your Why artist talk at Motor House, free admission to Walk a Mile in My Dreams + panel discussion with Joyce J. Scott at the BMA, Revolution in our Lifetime roundtable discussion at The Peale, Station North Art Walk, Sprung reception at Waller Gallery, and more!

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