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Colorful Flower Printmaking

In this month's ARTventures project, you'll create a colorful flower print, using techniques as seen in the current Focus Exhibition, The Flower Prints of Katsuhira Tokushi.
Pictured is an example of the flower print you can make with this month's ARTventures lesson.
Shown is this month's featured artwork, May: Peony, created in 1959 by the Japanese artist Katsuhira Tokushi.

Featured Artwork: Katsuhira Tokushi (Japanese, 1904-1971), May: Peony, 1959, woodblock print, ink and color on paper. Private collection.

Materials Needed:
• pencil
• masking tape
• paper towels
• palette knife
• printmaking brayer
• plastic kitchen spoon
• 9×12” newsprint paper
• 4: 4×6” drawing paper sheets
• 4×6” styrofoam relief plate
• 8×10” plexiglass sheet with taped edges
• black water-soluble relief printmaking ink
• 5: 6×9” various colors construction paper

Optional:
• scissors, glue stick, colored pencils, markers

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