Innovative Approaches to Monotype February 2 & 3
Innovative Approaches to Monotype
In this special class, Mary will push you to experiment with many different monotype techniques! Monotypes are one-of-a-kind prints made by applying (and removing) inks with a paintbrush or a roller to a polymer plate and then printing the image onto paper. Additional layers can be created by applying another element to the plate and passing it through the press one or more times, resulting in rich, layered, complex prints. Inks can be wiped and scratched off, dotted on, applied or blocked with stencils and more. We invite the experienced and the inexperienced to join us in this creative, wild journey into the nearly infinite possibilities of monotypes…
Class dates: Saturday & Sunday, February 2 & 3
Class time: 10 AM – 5 PM, includes lunch break
Class fee: $240 + tax, includes all printing materials and one large paper (divided in quarters.) Additional paper may be purchased.
Instructors: Mary Sundstrom