Non-Toxic Intaglio Printmaking Workshop | June 17th – 21st, 2013
The workshop offers Non-Toxic Intaglio techniques with water-based hard and soft ground. Students will discover diverse possibilities of intaglio, which can be used to create detailed images with a wide range of lines, tones, and textures. Students will explore a color intaglio with etching and aquatint from multiple plates, different techniques with soft ground and various printing methods.
Eunkang Koh received her B.F.A. from Hong-Ik University in Seoul, Korea and M.F.A. from California State University, Long Beach, California. Koh sees the world as an illusion, and believes that what we actually see is a perception that is programmed through mainstream cultures. In her work, she depicts our society through metaphor and satire. Koh creates interactions between human/animal hybrid creatures to address this subject matter in multi-media format including printmaking, bookart, drawing and installation.
Ms Koh has shown her devotion to art and the art making process. She has had significant solo exhibitions that includes Speedom Gallery, Kyang Myung City, South Korea; The Lab, San Francisco; and Varnish Fine Art, San Francisco. Koh also has international exhibition record such as Centro Civico Pati Limona in Barcelona, Spain; Ningbo Gallery in Shanghai, China; and Boris Georgiev Art Gallery in Varna, Bulgaria. She has participated selective group show including Irvine Fine Arts Center, Irvine, California, Raw Gallery in New York City, and the Gorman Museum at University California, Davis. Eunkang has been to artist in residencies including Frans Masereel Centrum in Kasterlee, Belgium and Kala Art Institute in Berkeley, California.