Instructor: Kelli Sincock
Session 2 │ Tuesdays │ Apr 3, 10, 2018 │ 7:00–10:00 pm │ $160 │ Beginner │ FCA Gallery, 700-B W. Broad St., Falls Church
Students will experiment with a variety of materials to create at least two collagraph plates of 9”x11” (or smaller). Once the plates are completed, we will experiment with various printing techniques, working both in color and monochrome. By the end of this session, participants should complete at least four finished prints.
Born in 1965, a native of Cupertino, California, Kelli Sincock graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor’s of Art in Interdisciplinary Art with a focus on Metalsmithing & Sculpture. She went on to complete a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree in Printmaking with honors from George Mason University in 2014.
Kelli Sincock was the 2012 William Randolph Hearst Fellowship recipient from Anderson Ranch Arts Center, as well as, selected exhibitor in the 2012 Annual Juried “Excellence in Printmaking” exhibition hosted by the Washington Printmaker’s Gallery. She was the 2nd place recipient in the Originals Category for her collagraph in the Fall’s Church Exhibition, “Line Upon Line.” Her work has been exhibited both domestically and abroad. Beyond her love for making art, Kelli has a passion for teaching art to those without access to art instruction. She has developed a comprehensive curriculum for teaching art to inmates at the Alexandria Detention Center. She is likewise developing a post release program through The Friends of Guest House teaching art to women transitioning out of prison.