Award winning artist and instructor, Dan Cautrell, will give a demonstration on linoleum printing with his secret multicolor application at our general membership meeting on Thursday, May 21.
While studying art at Cerritos Community College, printmaking became the flash point of his career as an artist and he settled exclusively on linoleum printing. Another milestone in his career was Public Art, which became a theme he adopted in all of his work.
Dan’s mission as an artist is to create work that is relevant and approachable to a diverse viewing public, while maintaining a deep, personal creative ideal. After creating numerous commissioned, community works, as well as many other public art projects, Dan found that “beyond the sense of purpose and satisfaction he receives from art making, the work, once made, takes on a life of its own and becomes more than I who created it”.
Dan has participated in numerous Washington and California group exhibits. He is a member of the California Society of Printmakers, Print Arts Northwest, Seattle Print Arts, Artist Trust and the Duvall Foundation for the Arts.
The Weight, woodcut print with color monoprint
Strange Scenes Series, Chilled, Linoleum print
Last Updated on Monday, 04 May 2015 20:03