Atmos Press/Studio

Atmos Press was established by Barbara Lee Furbush in the historic Pacific Grove Art Center in 2012. Barbara’s mission is to create a basic understanding of the printmaking processes for those who will be aided in their work by the revelations of these arcane techniques.

Studio equipment includes a vintage etching press (bed size: 16 x 36”), inking & clean tables; and equipment, tools, and supplies to support projects executed in relief, intaglio, screen, and planographic printing techniques. Atmos press strives to be a eco-friendly studio, using non-toxic alternatives to traditional materials.

While the space is small, the visions are big...

Are you curious about how Art is made? Are you an admirer, a collector, or an artist? Almost everyone has limited experience with prints... Learn how to distinguish one process from another during a relaxed afternoon of looking at works on paper and the tools that make them. Contact Barbara when your curiosity outweighs your reluctance...

The Pacific Grove Art Center is a wonderfully unique, community-based nonprofit art venue. Established in 1969, early aims sought to offer space for art-making and art appreciation. The founders worked hard to create a usable art space for 16 art studios, a classroom, and four gallery venues. They passionately labored to develop an environment with superb cultural offerings. Today we continue that rich tradition. In fact, the Pacific Grove Art Center's purpose is to educate, appreciate, exhibit, encourage, and inspire! Our mission is to build community through creativity.