Eveline Kolijn is a Calgary-based printmedia and multidisciplinary artist. An international childhood and Master's degree in Cultural Anthropology from the Rijksuniversiteit Leiden, The Netherlands, nurtured her interest in the diversity of human culture and nature.
She graduated from the Alberta College of Art and Design with a BFA in print media in 2008 and is the recipient of the Governor General’s Academic medal.
She has collaborated with Canadian national award-winning poet Christian Bök to produce a folio of prints based on his ideas. She has exhibited nationally and internationally. She is the Chair of Alberta Printmakers Society. She is currently an Extended Studies instructor at the Alberta College of Art + Design and a teacher for the Royal Conservatory’s Learning Through The Arts program.
Print Works by Visiting Artist Eveline Kolijn
Open to Public: June 4-26, 2010.
Opening Reception: Friday June 18, 6-9:00PM
Printmaking Demo: 8:00PM
Instructor: Eveline Kolijn
Fee: $50 Maximum: 6
June 19, 2-4PM
Chine-colle is a method of bonding lightweight, natural paper on a print, through the use of a printing press. It is a way to add color and texture without having to prepare an additional plate to print.
- I shall demonstrate two different glue methods of Chine-Colle: One using traditional Japanese ricepaste and the other using dry, Polifix wall-paperglue-powder.
- I shall discuss the different uses of the Chine-colle technique, for different effects and demonstrate printing with these techniques (cut-out sections, whole paper and printed with another image).
- The participants should bring etched plates with which they want to experiment, lightweight papers in different tints and textures, and normal printing paper. They can also bring lightweight paper with printed texture on it.
Friday – Saturday 1-5 PM or by appointment. *3rd Friday 1-9PM*
Our gallery is run by Volunteers: Please call ahead to insure we’re open. 708-386-3552
29 Harrison St. Oak Park, IL 60304
Expressions Graphics is a not for profit printmaking group partially funded by the OPAAC, in partnership with the Villages of Oak Park, Forest Park and River Forest, and the IAC, a state agency, also its members and Northern Trust Bank.