The Jackson County Public Library is hosting a miniature print making workshop at 10:30 AM on Saturday, May 14th in the Atrium of the Jackson County Public Library.
Participants will carve a design in linoleum and then make prints using their creation. Gayle Woody will demonstrate how to carve the design and give tips on best practices in printmaking. She will also discuss, and provide examples of the various ways these prints can be applied. All materials will be provided and the program is free of charge. The workshop is limited to ten participants. Please call the Library to register.
Gayle Woody has lived in Sylva and Cullowhee for over fifty years. She has recently retired as the art teacher at Smoky Mountain High School. She is a member of the Jackson County Arts Council and has won numerous awards for her art. She is married to Phil Woody, who retired from teaching at Scotts Creek Elementary School, and has four children and twelve grandchildren.
For more information, please call the Jackson County Public Library in Sylva at 586-2016. This event is co-sponsored by the Friends of the Jackson County Public Library.