This class is for those wanting to discover new experimental monotype printmaking techniques. Participants learn to combine plates and images made with different printmaking methods to produce a series of related but individualistic prints. You will make collagraph plates emphasizing pattern and texture, stencils for repeat motifs and shapes, and photo transfers for content and text.
Striking colors will be added to your print with viscosity rolls and by printing onto exotic or patterned papers. Participants will be able to emboss areas and mix colored luster powders into their inks. Plate images will be printed separately, superimposed or printed in varied configurations.
The tuition for this class includes a fee of $15 for basic materials provided by CAW.
See materials section below for items students should bring to classes.
CAW is now requiring proof of vaccination status from all who are eligible to receive it for in-person classes and workshops.
Please click here to upload your vaccination card in advance of the first day of class.
Note: if you have already submitted your vaccination card to CAW, there is no need to do it again.
Term: Fall 2022
Suggested Ages: 18+
4 sessions: $207.00; Capacity: 9
Assorted papers (colors/fibers) Exacto knives Apron Found materials- fabrics, textures, etc. Masking tape Paper towels Hard and soft rubber brayers if you have them *Students can bring their own printmaking paper, or they can purchase Rives BFK ($4.50) or Arches Cover ($3.00) in class.