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Botanical Linocuts with Yoshi Nakagawa

Botanical Linocuts with Yoshi Nakagawa


June 8th, 10am-3pm


Let the land inspire your art! Learn relief printmaking techniques—carving linocuts and hand printing with oil-based ink on Kozo (Mulberry) washi paper. We'll walk around the farm to get inspiration from the land and plants, draw and transfer botanical images on linoleum, and carve so they're ready to print. Yoshi will guide you through each process and demonstrate techniques to create simple but beautiful images. You’ll go home with two prints, your linocut, and skills to print more!


All workshops take place at Wild Dreams Farm and Seed and include a farm grown lunch, tea, and a farm tour.  


Cost including materials: $95.00


As part of our commitment to inclusivity and equity we are offering BIPOC scholarships for each workshop.  There is no application- only a desire to attend.  Please email  jennifer@ to claim your spot. 


About Yoshi:

Yoshi Nakagawa is a Tacoma based visual artist, specializing in printmaking for 25 years. Her artwork is influenced by patterns of the natural world and Japanese textiles, along with her experiences living in Mexico, Japan, and the PNW. She has exhibited and taught workshops in the US, Mexico, Canada, Japan, South Africa and Honduras.






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