The Lithography Workshop was offered by Ava Blitz , Fine Arts professor at Bryn Mawr, in the fall of 1994. Lithography is a printmaking process dating back to the late 1700s. The image is first drawn on limestone with greasy drawing material. It is then chemically treated or etched with gum arabic and nitric acid. This makes it possible to print multiple copies on paper using a lithographic press.
These are the prints created by students who participated in the workshop.