Drawn to Print: Impressions of the Louvre
February 10th – March 10th, 2006
This studio group also made dry point etchings that they printed at L’atelier de l’Orme, a cooperative print shop on the outskirts of Paris. Drypoint, the most immediate etching technique is done using a scribe and scratching the surface of a zinc, copper or plexiglass plate that is then inked and printed.
The images you see below are from this time of study in Paris.