TCC’s printmaking studio is a place to explore art

Tulsa Community College’s (TCC) printmaking studio is situated in the Center for Creativity across the street from the Metro Campus. The Printmaking course is offered to art and other division’s students. The class usually consists of in-person instructions and training in monotype, relief printmaking, and etching.

The printmaking studio has three printing presses, inks, paper, carving, and other tools for a variety of printing processes. Photo by Tatyana Nyborg.
The glass covered table is perfect for mixing and applying oil-based inks during monotype and relief printings. Photo by Tatyana Nyborg.
The clear plastic glass plate is a tool to create a monotype print. The inks are applied on the plate, and the image is created by eliminating unnecessary inks. Photo by Tatyana Nyborg.
The TCC Connection editor, Tatyana Nyborg, made the multi-color monotype print in the printmaking class. Photo by Tatyana Nyborg.
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