Monotype Printmaking

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Monotype Printmaking Workshops

Below are the descriptions for both beginning and intermediate/advanced monotype printmaking. In the studio and all workshops/classes we will be using safe, non-toxic water-based inks that clean up with soap and water. This allows for quick and easy cleanup as well as a chemical and solvent free environment.
Please visit the calendar page for scheduled classes & workshops.

Monotype Printmaking Basics:

Monotypes are one-of-a-kind prints using simple techniques. In this class we will cover printmaking without a press and several press techniques: additive, subtractive, stenciling, nature/leaf prints, and drawing applications as well as the basics of using the press and mixing inks. Returning students can further explore their favorite techniques. Supplies provided include use of Whelan Express Etching press, acrylic plexi-glass plates, inks, & some tools.

An additional supply list will be provided to registered participants. Students must supply their own printmaking paper. This class focuses on learning the basics of monotype and press use while experimenting with the process of art making. No prior printmaking experience required.

 

Monotype Printmaking Explorations:

This class is for anyone that has completed Monotype Printmaking Basics or with basic printmaking experience. Knowledge of press use and ink mixing required. In this class we will expand on the basics of monoprints by exploring additional techniques such as multiple drop plates, chin colle and collage elements. Returning students can further explore their favorite techniques. Supplies provided include use of Whelan Express Etching press, acrylic plexi-glass plates, inks, and some tools. An additional supply list will be provided to registered participants. Students must supply their own printmaking and collage papers. This class places an emphasis on practicing, experimenting and learning to let the process lead you to the discovery of your own creativity. Previous printmaking experience required.

Classes vs. Workshops:

Classes are scheduled to meet one day per week for 4 weeks.

Workshops are scheduled for 1 or 2 consecutive full days.

Visit the Studio Calendar for scheduled class dates.

FEES:
4 Week Class (12 class hours) is $180.
1 Day Workshop (6 class hours) is $95.
Weekend workshop (12 class hours) is $180.

A $50 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve a space.
Deposit will be refunded only if classes are cancelled due to lack of enrollment to meet class size minimums.

Class size minimum is 2 students. Class size maximum is 4 students.