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Photo Gallery: When printmaking comes to life

A live printmaking demonstration exhibited the work of talented artists at Fullerton College, all while giving them a unique and interactive experience.
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Dylan Arreola
Associate professor of art Todd Smith rolls ink onto the carved piece of art at the printmaking workshop taught by Pavel Acevedo on Saturday, March 2.

Dozens of art enthusiasts swept into the staff parking lot on Saturday, March 2 to experience the one-of-a-kind demonstration put on by the art department. Artists such as the 2024 artist in residence Pavel Acevedo, whose work is on exhibit from Feb. 15 – March 20, and Daniel Gonzalez, guest printmaker who worked closely with Acevedo on his projects and carved remarkable large pieces of artwork onto wood blocks. The oversized carvings were then covered in ink and sandwiched between sheets of plywood. Printmaking professor Todd Smith piolted a 10-foot industrial drum roller over the stack. The result was banners of intricate handmade art.

Those who couldn’t attend the demonstration need not worry since, according to Smith, this won’t be a one-time event. “Pavel and I would like to make this an annual event and invite artists from around the region, and just people who love printmaking and making large wood blocks to come and print their work.”

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Dylan Arreola, Staff Reporter
Dylan Arreola is in his first semester working for The Hornet. He focuses on photography and arts. He enjoys backpacking and rock climbing in his free time.

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    Todd SmithMar 15, 2024 at 12:23 pm

    Thank you, Dylan. I was helped by many people, students, staff and family. Thank you all for attending and helping. Shout out to student helpers Leila Trotter, Joey Fenwick, Juile Allstun, Stephen Rivers, William Choi, Allie Spidell, and Mark Rojo! And my son, Riley Smith. Keep up the reporting.

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    lyssa diazMar 6, 2024 at 12:37 am

    so cool!! i wish i could have gone

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    Seija RohkeaMar 5, 2024 at 9:45 am

    Thank you for the coverage! Amazing piece Dylan!! Love what you all do!

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