Lynn Peterfreund and Joyce Silverstone
Wednesday – Sunday, August 6-10, 2014, 10-5
$575 non-members $525 members
This workshop is full – call to put your name on the waiting list
Monotype printmaking is a versatile way of making one of a kind prints that can be painterly, graphic, spontaneous, and/or constructed in layers. This workshop will cover the basics of composition, color, transfer drawing and layering, along with the fundamentals of ink, paper, and press use. Instruction will include how to work with water based Akua Intaglio Inks and modifiers.
The workshop will be structured with guided exercises, demonstrations, individual critiques and plenty of time for working with the techniques and concepts of this wonderful medium.
All levels of printmaking experience are welcome. Seasoned artists have come to explore new directions in their work and students new to monotype discover the excitement of new processes. With two instructors, there will be lots of individualized support for finding new ways to approach technical issues that enhance image development.