Karen Albanese Campbell holds a BFA in painting and printmaking from Boston University. Originally from Syracuse, NY, she moved here after living in Mexico and has called Columbus home for over 30 years. She is a core member of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative, and a member of ROY G BIV.
My work focuses on printmaking, painting and textiles. I address the way “home” is created with whatever is available under extremely limited circumstances. I am currently working on a series of prints that explore my feelings about displaced children sleeping outside, the refugee crisis and homelessness.
I will be inking drypoints and collographs and printing them on damp paper. This type of inking is specific to intaglio. I will also have a kid-friendly printing activity with Styrofoam plates and water-based inks available for participants to create small prints to take home.
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