Friends of the Kamloops Printmakers Membership

Every year, the Kamloops Printmakers artists each produce a limited edition of 15 prints especially for our Friends to enjoy. Each original print is created on an 8” x 10” sheet of archival paper, ready for matting and framing. For your $100 friends Membership, you will receive 4 randomly selected prints, an outstanding value for original artworks.

Attend our Open Studio Show on June 20 and pick up a Friends membership and your prints while you are here. Friends who buy their memberships at the Open Studio will also receive a bonus print and a set of 8 screen-printed studio-themed coasters.

The 2014 contributing artists are:

Ila Crawford Darlene Kalynka
June Emery Maureen Light
Emily Hope Kelly Perry
Linda Jules Tania Willard

If you would like to become a 2014 Friends member, and receive your four prints by mail, just fill out the bottom of this form, and attach a cheque for $100.
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Please mail me a Friends Membership and 4 original prints to:

Name______________________________________________________________

Mailing Address _____________________________________________________

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Include a cheque for $100 made out to Kamloops Printmakers Society and mail to:
Kamloops Printmakers Society
Unit 102B – 925 McMaster Way
Kamloops, BC, V2C 6K2

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New Coasters

 

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Hot off the press:  new screen-printed studio-themed coasters.


Ila’s Class

Today, the Kamloops Printmakers Studio was visited by Ila’s screen printing class from Thompson Rivers University. That’s Ila on the right. The students have spent the term printing pages for a class book. Today, they are at the shop doing a book binding workshop to sew up their pages. Each student will receive a book showcasing the class work.

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(The stunning screen prints above were made by TRU students Trevor Mykaluk, top, and Megan Watkinson)


Arbour Collective Prints

Today, the Kamloops Printmakers studio played host to the First Nations artist’s group, Arbour Collective, who are working on linocuts for an exhibition at the Kamloops Art Gallery.  Jay R. rolls up a linocut.Jay R.


Some of the linocuts produced by the Arbour Collective. The plates depict salmon, a vital food source for First Nations people throughout British Columbia for thousands of years. salmon linocuts

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