Clockworks Press is proud to be participating in Gowanus Open Studios 2019. There will be plenty of new work to see and purchase as well as printed accessories and home decor items. We hope you will join artist Holly Brown for this must-see Brooklyn event of the fall!
OCTOBER 19/20 2019
Clockworks Press Studio
Textile Arts Center
505 Carroll Street Studio #5
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Transportation: R train to Union Street
In collaboration with Arts Gowanus
Clockworks Press joins the Textile Arts Center (TAC) of Brooklyn!
It's been one month in the new studio #5 at 505 Carroll Street (part of the Textile Arts Center) in Gowanus Brooklyn, NYC and I have to say I am thrilled that Clockworks Press is part of this community. Stay tuned as many projects are underway and I can't wait to share. For more immediate updates, follow me on social media via instagram/twitter/facebook @clockworkspress. And if you'd like to stop in and say Hi, shoot me a message through the contact page.
Super excited to share my first Youtube interview with the lovely Sannett from Empress of Virtue at the NY denim Hangs event on April 6 2019 at the local shop Slightly Alabama.
It was another successful Clockworks Press collagraph workshop given by Holly Brown in Delft, Netherlands on March 22 2019 at the Atelier Indrukwekkend with 9 motivated and dedicated artists! They carved and printed their hearts out experimenting with both reductive carving and additive collagraph techniques. They used Speedball fabric and block printing inks to print in relief on repurposed denim, jean pockets, tea towels and Arnhem paper. This workshop was generously supported by the amazing folks Speedball Art Products. Each participant left with a bag filled with brayers, barens, inks and other tools to continue making collagraphs at home! I can't wait to teach again in the beautiful city of Delft! Thank you Kirsten for a fabulous time again. High tea and lunch were generously supplied locally by The Living.
I had a great time chatting with Angela Velasquez from RIVET magazine for a Q and A all about my work with denim. Here's a little snippet.
For Holly Brown, the owner of Clockworks Press in Brooklyn, printed denim is more than just a fashion trend—it’s art.
A printmaker for more than 20 years, Brown, whose prints can be found in the permanent collections of The Library of Congress, Yale University and Princeton University, began using denim as her canvas in 2016 for a sustainable alternative to paper.
“I was typically printing on paper, but always concerned with keeping my practice eco-friendly and sustainable,” she said. “With my images already being so urban and industrial, what better material than denim to give a try—a material for all people,” she said.
To continue reading head to RIVET online.
Photo credit: Craig Foster Photography
Holly E Brown
Artist and Printmaker
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