JUST A TASTE OF PRINTMAKING
Just a $10 fee covers materials and instruction!
Come enjoy a mini-workshop introducing various printmaking methods and mixed media touches. Participants will create a print, and perhaps enhance with collage and stamping elements.
Saturday, February 4 from 10:30am to 12:30pm with Kathy Mogayzel (#W3648.7) Wednesday, March 29 from 10:30am to 12:30pm with Judy Hochberg (#W4393.7) Choose one mini-workshop or both!
with Kathleen Mullins Mogayzel
Printmaking provides a creative experience where personal style and imagery can be expressed more readily than in some other art processes. Students will be taught basic printmaking skills such as trace drawing, hand transfer and gelatin printing. Creating colors while preparing inks and awareness of texture will be emphasized. After learning these skills, the printmaking press will then be used to create monoprints from inked Plexiglas plates onto paper. A demonstration will be followed by individual attention and group critique. Students at all levels of experience are welcome.
Wednesdays from 3-5:30pm (2-1/2 hr classes)
#4348.6 March 15, 22, 29 (3 classes) $100m/$110nm
Includes $10 supply fee
“INTRO TO PRINTMAKING”
with Judy Hochberg
Come explore this interesting art form. No experience necessary!
Printmaking is an artistic way to produce multiple images created from a single original surface. This class will introduce you to two different printmaking techniques:
· Collagraph You can glue everyday materials onto ordinary substrates to create unique and textural plates can be printed in many ways.
· Monotype How exciting it will be to learn how to use ink, brushes and brayers to create layered images that exemplify monotype as “the painterly print.”
Wednesdays from 10am-1pm (3-hour classes)
#5393.6 April 26 - May 31 (6 classes) $200m/$220nm
Includes $20 supply fee
Great Egret by Kathy Mogayzel
“Printmaking is a medium of many techniques integrating various art skills. The brain challenge of planning images in reverse, mixing ink colors and the “aha!” moment of pulling a print keeps this medium exciting.”