Introduction to Printmaking: Monotypes and Linocuts

Elizabeth J. Peak

New Class Evening

Beginner-Intermediate; Location: Echols Studio
4 Classes: June 20, 22, 27, 29, Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:30-8pm
TUITION: Members: $177; Non-members: $207 (includes comprehensive materials fee)

Liz will introduce two non-toxic methods of printmaking which can be used in your home or studio. Students will make at least one linoleum block print and a series of watercolor monotypes. Monotypes allow for a first image, then with remaining ink/paint on the plate the artist can develop and revise, redraw or change colors, while keeping in mind the original idea for a second print. Linoleum blocks will be begun in the studio and worked on at home in between class. Both techniques are great ways to make prints and to learn about the basic processes of image making. The class is open to complete beginners or accomplished printmakers who wish to expand their way of working.

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