Project Description

Photogravure Printmaking Techniques with Martin Kruck

This workshop provides an introduction to creating images using photo-polymer printmaking plates. Artist and Professor Martin Kruck used this technique to create the dynamic prints on display in the exhibit Skeptical Realism, the fall exhibition on view at the Hunterdon Art Museum through January. The workshop will teach students different ways to use photographic films and light exposure to etch images onto light sensitive plates. Students will learn how to make, ink, and print their images. All materials are provided but students are asked to prepare 4 images. Please click HERE for details.

Please note: Early Registration Rewards do not apply for this workshop.

Featured image: Regent, 22” x 12”; 34” x 28” frame, photogravure on BFK paper,  2012. Image courtesy of artist.

FALL – 936

  • Age: Adults and teens, 18 and up
  • Time: 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, October 12
  • Tuition: $65; Member: $50 (plus $40 materials fee)
  • Registration for this workshop is now closed.


Martin Kruck earned his Master of Fine Art degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1995 and his Bachelor of Fine Art degree from Queen’s University, Canada in 1991. To date his work has been featured in 25 solo exhibitions and in over 100 group exhibitions internationally. His work has been exhibited in Germany, Japan, Estonia, United Kingdom, Northern Ireland(UK), Mexico and throughout the United States and Canada. He is the recipient of numerous grants and artist fellowships including the American Academy in Rome, the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts, the Connecticut Commission on the Arts, and the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation. He is currently a Professor of Art at New Jersey City University and lives and works outside of New York City. Click HERE to visit Martin Kruck’s website.