2013 June Winter School, Whanganui

Screenprinting masterclass with Marty Vreede, including hand-drawn and photographic techniques, Ucol Print Studio.


2013 April AGM and Weekend Workshop, Whanganui

Making concertina books using snippets of left-over prints, with Julia Ellery,  Ucol Print Studio. 


2013 January Summer School, Hamilton

Carole Shepheard tutored on conceptual processes within contemporary art and printmaking, at Southwell School. From this workshop the group printmaking project Punctum (meaning 'point') evolved. Each person drew a verb for their print subject. Twenty-one members participated. Many Vreede created a unique Solander presentation box and Diane Harries set the type for the colophon page. Selected images from Punctum:

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marty vreede: solander box

carole shepheard: explode

marty vreede: solander box

marty vreede: sink

diane harries: colophon

jacqueline aust: sag

susan hurrell-fieldes: disintegrate

ruth-davey- fracture

beth charles: split

janice meadows: fall

lynne wilburn: fragment

kathy reilly: puncture

Punctum was exhibited at Waiprint, Artspost in Hamilton with the retrospective for Ruth Davey in November 2013


2012 November, Prints Petite, Te Awamutu Museum

and Palmerston North, Taylor Jensen Gallery

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2012 June, Winter School & AGM, Whanganui

Woodgrain techniques and friskets with Marty Vreede.

 

2012 March, Boundless/In the Frame Exhibition

Hastings Community Art Centre in March, 2012,

Wellington Academy of Fine Arts in May 2012,

and ArtsPost, Hamilton in February 2013.

Selected by Jill Webster, EIT, and Anthony Davies, printmaker. 


2012 January, Summer School, Hawkes Bay

The Woodcut Workshop held at EIT Print Studio, Taradale, involved a road roller to print gigantic composite prints. The theme for the prints was the journey to the workshop. Two large collaborative prints each involved 9 printmakers, each carving an A3 section from the photos of the Napier Earthquake and Pania of the Reef Statue. The weather was so hot it was difficult to keep the ink from drying before the road roller could press the print.