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Photo: Tom Loonan for Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York

Adult Art Class: Intaglio Printmaking—Aluminum Lithography

Saturday, March 5, 2022 ● 10:30 am
12:30 pm

$32 / $27 for members (supplies included)
Albright-Knox Northland Classrooms

In this class, participants will explore aluminum lithography and create their own works of art to bring home. (Additional classes in this series focus on collagraphs and linoleum block prints.)

Aluminum lithography (often called kitchen lithography) is a very open, DIY, drawing-centric form of printmaking, using common household items such as pop and vegetable oil. In this class, each student will learn how to prepare, draw on, etch, and print an aluminum foil plate, and go home with five prints.


Each class is limited to 10 participants. Registration and pre-payment are required. Please register online at the links below or call 716.270.8292. Scholarship opportunities are also available.

Register for Collagraphs on February 19 (Sold Out!)
Register for Linoleum Block Prints on February 26 (Sold Out!)
Register for Aluminum Lithography on March 5 (Sold Out!)

About the Teacher

Andy Krzystek has a BFA in printmaking from the University at Buffalo and is native to the Buffalo/Niagara region. His work is based in drawing, print, and mixed media, with a heavy lean towards mark-making, typography, and the human figure. Having a blind faith in curiosity and a fascination with error, he is always learning (whether he likes it or not) and shows a sense of understanding in his work rather than pushing an agenda.

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