I visited the Kelowna Art Gallery last week, while on a little Easter break trip to the Okanagan. I really enjoyed seeing their current exhibition, the Okanagan Print Triennial, which features a really diverse range of works. It was great to see so many explorations within the realm of printmaking. I was also really impressed with a room at the gallery that the education department had set up, in which visitors could try out many different kinds of printmaking, including linoprinting, monoprinting, silkscreening, collagraphy, and more! I’ve been considering offering a collagraphy class for teens, so it was interesting to see the collagraphy plates that the gallery had prepared. Above, are some images of the collagraphy station at the gallery - which gives me some great ideas for a future class!