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Printmaking Workshop with 3 FISH STUDIOS & Pine Fort Press

Nature is full of hidden, everyday beauty. Printmaking reveals this beauty in random, fascinating ways. This printmaking workshop with San Francisco-based 3 Fish Studios and Portland-based Pine Fort Press will help you discover the random beauty of nature while making a nice edition of prints to take home.

Monotype Printmaking

Using leaves, grasses, and other natural items, we’ll explore monotype printmaking techniques with two printmakers and a Conrad Machine etching press. We’ll forage outside for inspiration, then bring items back to the studio to make plates and one-of-a-kind prints. Students of all experience levels are welcome to take the class. All you need is a creative spark and a love of nature. 

Here’s how past Monotype printmaking workshops have gone >>>


Class fees cover everything: inks, tools, and enough Rives BFK paper for your edition. 


Your instructors will work closely with you create works of art that you will be proud to share with your family and friends. 

Eric Rewitzer is a painter and printmaker, and the founder of 3 Fish Studios in San Francisco. His Outer Sunset studio is a place where art happens daily and visitors are always welcome.  

Amy Ruppel is a printmaker and illustrator based in Portland, and the owner of Pine Fort Press. Amy loves to hike and play her vintage Ludwig drum kit between projects.

Eric and Amy have been friends for 20 years, have a great time making each other laugh, and really enjoy drinking cold beers and making prints.  


Sat Aug 27th, 1-3pm

1pm: Intro & Overview in classroom

1:30pm: The adventure begins with a short walk to the forest to gather ingredients.

2:00pm: Head back the classroom to begin printing

3:00pm: Hang prints to dry outside.

Take prints home once ready.

SORRY Sold Out

$80 (Includes PRICE OF printing supplies)   

This is a 12 person class, so tickets are limited.

Ages 16 and up.