Experimental Monoprint Workshop
Friday, 6:30-9:30pm; Sat/Su, 9:30am-2:30pm–
East East 201 Printmaking Studio
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Rich and expressive, monotype joins the graphic qualities of printmaking with the spontaneity of painting. This hands-on workshop teaches the basics of chine colle, pronto plate, collagraph, as well as other processes, and explores the sequential possibilities of monotype to develop images conceptually and formally. Image-making methods, ink handling, print tools, paper handling, single- and multipass printing, hand coloring, and the development of “ghost” imagery, are covered. Individual and group critiques as needed. All levels welcome.
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David Bligh is an artist and printmaker whose work has been in numerous exhibitions, including The Future, Scuola Internationale di Grafica, Venice, Italy; Crossover and Composites: Hybrid Forms, Techniques & Media, UNC; The Color of Thin Air, Sculpture Fix Gallery; Two by Two: small scale ceramic sculpture biennial at Eastern Washington State; and The Feelers, … Read more
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