Contemporary Printmaking Workshop
With Master Artist
Steven James Mayorga
1 Day | Friday, December 8th | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Double Deal Alert!!
-DEAL #1: Bring a friend to the workshop, and you each get the workshop for $75!
-DEAL #2: Sign up for 4 weeks of our Printmaking Tuesdays class and get this workshop for only $75!
Call us at (310) 837-7194 to claim these deals!
If you are looking for: something to shake up your current art and also build on your body of work...
An art form to have FUN with and is in fact great to do with friends!
Art making that is filled with wonderful surprises…
The perfect Friday night with friends! Learn a new medium and work with master printmaker, Steven James Mayorga!
What You'll Learn
How to work with plexiglass and printmaking inks
To create works on paper with borders in mind
How to write titles, sign and number your prints
To use different and alternative tools for mark making
To use reference materials and work with a subtractive process on plexiglass
Learn to be both precious and forgiving with this technique and have a little fun!
Steven James Mayorga
Steven James Mayorga (He/Him,) born 1992 in Venice Beach, California, grew up with a strong connection to his Chicano roots. Born to a Mexican father and Swedish mother, he has navigated his life as a biracial artist exploring themes of identity, heritage and mythology. He graduated from California College of the Arts in Oakland with a BFA In fine art printmaking. Steven uses his vast knowledge of art from painting and drawing to using fine art printmaking skills to express his place and time in the world, and how he sees it. With a love for astrology, mythology and the occult, he works to create a new world of wonder and mysticism that allows viewers to consider their own connection to the mythical world around us all, and contextualize themselves in a world not devoid of magic, but rather waiting for artist and poets to create it. Steven works to bring printmaking into the lives of artist and other curious parties, so the techniques and knowledge of creating works on paper, with an emphasis on fine art and expression, live on for more generations to come.