Relief Printmaking
with Ned Bustard

Ned Bustard

Ned Bustard is the graphic designer for World’s End Images and Christians in the Visual Arts (CIVA). He is also a children’s book illustrator, author, and a printmaker. Books he has written, illustrated, or edited include It Was Good: Making Art to the Glory of God, Squalls Before War: His Majesty’s Schooner Sultana, The Chronicles of Narnia Comprehension Guide, History of Art: Creation to Contemporary, The Reformation ABC’s, Bigger on the Inside: Christianity and Doctor Who, Every Moment Holy, and Revealed: A Storybook Bible for Grown-Ups. He is an elder at Wheatland Presbyterian Church, creative director for Square Halo Books, Inc., curator of the Square Halo Gallery, and serves on the boards of the Association of Scholars of Christianity in the History of Art (ASCHA) and the Row House, Inc..

Relief Printmaking

This course will be an introduction to a historic and direct method of art making. The class will draw images, transfer them to blocks, learn to carve and ink their blocks, and then transfer the image to paper. The class will pull enough editions of their prints to share with the class, so everyone in this workshop will go home with a portfolio of work from the Glen. Ned Bustard comes to this workshop having just completed linocut illustration commissions for the Rabbit Room Press’s contemporary liturgy project Every Moment Holy and Liturgical Press’s Living Liturgy.

Your registration includes all reading materials for this course. This course has a $75 material fee which will be added to your Glen registration price when you check out. All materials will be provided, including paper, ink, linoleum blocks, cutting tools, printing supplies, and a paper portfolio.

Apply for a scholarship to Ned Bustard’s class here.


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