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    Jon Goodman photogravure workshop FYI

    An FYI for those interested in traditional (i.e. not polymer) dust grain copper plate photogravure. Jon Goodman, widely considered to be a master of this process, will be offering a rare one week workshop in this classical printmaking technique sometime late this summer.

    Jon has over thirty years experience in this process, and if you have ever seen an Aperture or 21st Journal of Contemporary Photography gravure, he most likely did it.

    His website is www.jgoodgravure.com

    There are only a few slots available in this class, because he wants to limit the number of participants to four or five.
    I just want to feel nostalgic like I used to.


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    Quote Originally Posted by clay
    An FYI for those interested in traditional (i.e. not polymer) dust grain copper plate photogravure. Jon Goodman, widely considered to be a master of this process, will be offering a rare one week workshop in this classical printmaking technique sometime late this summer.

    Jon has over thirty years experience in this process, and if you have ever seen an Aperture or 21st Journal of Contemporary Photography gravure, he most likely did it.

    His website is www.jgoodgravure.com

    There are only a few slots available in this class, because he wants to limit the number of participants to four or five.
    God I would love to take this workshop! Thanks for the link Clay perhaps sometime in the future.

    Now where am I going to put a 4 ton etching press?!
    Don Bryant



 

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