Making multiples with a vast range of plausible solutions entices young artists to explore new expressive directions. The special processes of printmaking enable them to see their work translated into exciting two-dimensional forms. These processes also provide opportunities for discovering multiple solutions to problems, enabling the student to construct a solid visual foundation.


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    Brandywine Workshop to mark its 40th anniversary September 07, 2012 | By A.M. Weaver, for The Inquirer, on The mood at Brandywine Workshop one hot mid-July day was somber. Master printmaker Robert Franklin had died after a brief illness. Allan Edmunds, the organization’s founder and executive director, feverishly made arrangements for Franklin’s memorial, one befitting the indelible force for 30 years behind the offset printing that has been Brandywine’s signature. Over the years, Edmunds and Franklin gained renown nationally and internationally for their collaborations with more than 200 artists—from the famous, including Romare Bearden and Jacob Lawrence, to visiting artists. Evidence of Edmunds’ vision for Brandywine Workshop, 40 years in the making, and Franklin’s collaborative works will be on display from Friday to Nov. 25 in “Full Spectrum: Prints From the Brandywine Workshop.” Featured will be excerpts of 100 works the Brandywine donated in 2009 to the Philadelphia Museum of Art in memory of its late director and CEO, Anne D’Harnoncourt, an avid supporter of the workshop. More

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