To that end, I'm going to be stepping back a bit on my screen print work and enamel pin designing for the next two months. I'll still be launching the enamel pin which is already in the works, but I won't be starting more pins until the project is complete. I'll also be printing some new screen prints, but I'm probably going to job out the screen making part of the process. As much as I want to conquer the art of photopolymer exposure, it's something I can hire out. Right now I need all the time I can get for drawing, carving, and printing woodcuts.
Mind you, I am taking a bit of time away from home for one event before May. Norwescon is just about 6 weeks away and I received my panel schedule today. In addition to being part of the art show, here's where attendees may find me:
Printmaking: Ink & Blocks
5:00pm - 6:00pm @ Cascade 13 Mimi Noyes (M), Liv Rainey-Smith, Laura Tempest Zakroff
Monster Mash for Mature Mad Scientists 1:30pm - 3:30pm @ Cascade 13
Mimi Noyes (M), Liv Rainey-Smith
Creativity & Disabilities 10:00am - 11:00am @ Cascade 11
Jeliza Patterson-McGuire (M), Lillian Cohen-Moore, Elizabeth Adams, Liv Rainey-Smith, Raven J. Demers
Your Online Image As An Artist 12:00pm - 1:00pm @ Cascade 11
Joy Alyssa Day (M), Liv Rainey-Smith, Laura Tempest Zakroff, Cory Ench, Elizabeth Adams
Should You Go To Art School? 2:00pm - 3:00pm @ Cascade 13
Theresa Halbert (M), Liv Rainey-Smith, Laura Tempest Zakroff, Tammie L. Dupuis
I am also hoping to get some time scheduled in the Art in Action demo section of the convention, but haven't yet received a yea or nay.