Articulate Ink Press

1843 Hamilton St.
S4P 2B9
I am an artist working in Print Media in Regina SK, Canada. I completed my BFA with Honours in Printmaking in 2010. I continue to create and show work on a regular basis in Regina and beyond. Apart from pursuing a career as an artist, I am a founding member and director of Regina printmaking collective Articulate Ink as well as the resident curator at the Hague Gallery, a new gallery space for contemporary art in Regina.
Interview with Michelle from Articulate Ink Press
When did you start letterpress printing?: 
March 2010.
What do you like best about letterpress printing?: 
The tactile nature and authenticity.
What inspires you?: 
I am inspired by analogue technologies like instant cameras, vinyl records and how they fit into our contemporary lives
Which press(es), ink & paper do you usually use?: 
Proof press, 2 Kelsey tabletop presses (5x8), and coming soon to the Articulate Ink Satellite Studio a 10x15 C & P old style! I usually like to print on Lettra, BFK, or Sommerset.
How would you describe your artwork?: 
Very photographic based printmaking, combining old school printing techniques such as letterpress or stone lithography with new methods like digital inkjet printing as well as UV silkscreen.
What kind of products do you create?: 
Posters, cards, coasters, shirts etc...
Do you offer custom work?: 
Where can we buy your products?:
Do you offer workshops? If yes, what kind of?: 
Letterpress, silkscreen, etching.
Is there anything you wished you had known as a beginner?: 
Sometimes it is best just to learn by trying it out, you can really only learn so much from reading up on something. There are amazing resources out there on the interwebs that can help you to solve almost any conundrum!
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