Laurel Art Guild conducts educational and outreach programs at our regular meetings and at other venues.
April 10 at 7pm: Linocut printmaking demonstration with David Brosch. Please RSVP to president@ laurelartguild.org by 04/05/2023.
May 8 at 7pm: Painting with Gouache with Joan Tycko
June 10 at noon: New members luncheon
April 10: David Brosch
On Monday, April 10, 2020, from 7- 9 pm, David Brosch will demonstrate linocut printing. David would prefer to hold his demo in the print shop at Montpelier, space permitting. Accordingly, you must RSVP to email@example.com no later than 4/5/23 for this meeting. Non-members must also RSVP. If there are too many of us to fit in the print shop, David will do his presentation in one of the meeting rooms at Montpelier.
David Brosch is a resident artist and instructor at Montpelier Arts Center. He has also taught for the Sage Program and at the University of Maryland Art & Learning Center. He brings an
eclectic background to his art making. He holds a BA in History/Political Science from Loras College, Dubuque, Iowa, an MCP in City Planning from Howard University, a BS in Architecture, and a BA in Fine Arts from the University of Maryland.
Some fun facts about David’s work are that he made a monotype and woodcut from the remains of the original Wye Oak, designed one of 18 miniature golf hole titled “Crab Feast” for an exhibit at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, and was commissioned to do one of the turtles for the University of Maryland’s “Fear the Turtle” project.
While his primary interest is printmaking, he is also interested in oil painting, drawing, and design. His work has been exhibited widely throughout the region, including here at Montpelier and at Politics and Prose, Baltimore City Hall Courtyard Gallery, Urban Arts Gallery in Washington, DC and many others.