Introduction to Color Through Printmaking via ZOOM
October 9 @ 1:00 pm - October 30 @ 4:00 pm$225.00 – $450.00
Mondays, October 9-30, 1-4 PM
During this 4-week workshop, learn how to intentionally mix color inks and use color in your prints! This workshop uses color mixing exercises to help you understand ink properties and color mixing techniques.
Emphasis will be given to value and the use of transparency, intensity and temperature, high and low contrast, cool and warm neutrals, monochromatic and analogous color schemes, layering and color interaction, printing surface and ink properties. Participants will create a portfolio including individual color charts for future reference.
This workshop will include limited printmaking demonstrations, focusing more on color mixing and charts, however participants are strongly encouraged to practice the mixed colors in any printmaking medium their between sessions.
There is no need for a press. All levels are welcome. A complete materials list will be sent after registration.
Basic materials needed include:
- Ink knife
About the Instructor
Amaryllis Siniossoglou is a tenured full-time faculty at the Department of Visual and Performing Arts at Worcester State University. As an artist she actively shows nationally and internationally. Her artwork involves printmaking, book arts and digital media, painting and sculpture, and is included in museums and collections. She speaks English, French, Italian and Greek and lives in Cambridge, MA where she runs a print studio.
This workshop is currently full. Fill out the form below to be placed on the waiting list.