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Monotype Printmaking Basics Workshop

Deadline to Apply/Register: 06/12/2024 - EXPIRED

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      Dana Harris Seeger
      Posted By: Dana Harris Seeger

      Learn the art of Monotype Printmaking in this simple, beginner workshop in Kingston, Washington. Just a ferry ride from Edmonds, the Black Barn Fine Art Studio will host this monotype printmaking workshop on June 13, 2024 from 10-2pm. Taught by experienced printmaker and educator Dana Harris Seeger, students will explore the one of a kind art of monotype while creating their own images.

      $200 for the workshop includes all materials. Click to register:

      Monotype Print

      We will use oil-based inks with an acrylic plate to create one-of-a-kind images that will be “printed” onto paper using the etching press. This 4 hour workshop is a great introduction into printmaking as well as how to use the press. All aspects of mono-printing will be covered including how to properly condition and paint your ink onto the substrate, how to dampen paper and calibrate the press for beautiful painterly imagery. Because we are using oil-based ink, we will be able to create multiple “drops” or layers of ink on one sheet of paper deepening the dimension of imagery! Paper will also be included, and all the resulting prints can be taken home.
      About the Instructor:

      Dana Harris Seeger
      I love making connections. When I see a student’s face light up after they hear me explain a process, when someone writes to me about how a piece of my artwork has brought back fond memories, or made them realize something they hadn’t before, it makes my heart skip a beat. Creating connections between the past and the present, between different artistic mediums, and different learning styles is what I do. I believe that art is a language that can be a lens through which we see the world. I believe it is a vital part of our lives, informs a lot of what we do subconsciously and should be taken more seriously as a viable career in our society.

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