Jill Madden explores a non-toxic form of etching at Two Rivers Printshop workshop.

Jill Madden participated in an all day workshop at the Two Rivers Printshop in White River Junction, VT.

“Breadloaf Battell Trail” (left) was created by Jill using drypoint and photoemulsion etching at Two Rivers. This workshop focused on non-toxic forms of etching.

Through this workshop, Jill discovered that there are new plates available for printmaking for half of the cost and are slightly less complicated to use.

Jill teaches Printmaking, Intro to Painting, Intro to Drawing and Anatomy & Perspective.

See more of Jill’s work here: jillmadden.com


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