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SJ231 Saturday Printmaking Workshop: January

  • 23 Jan 2016
  • 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Artist's Studio, Paris
  • 12

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Saturday, 23 January 2016                                         
11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Cost: 100

Learn the basics of printmaking through a simple and popular technique known as the "monotype". Making a monotype print involves no toxic materials or laborious technique.  As its name suggests a monotype is a one-of-a-kind print. Rather than carving or etching, a monotype is made by painting with ink on a smooth surface.

For prospective students who are unfamiliar with monotype prints, you can view a collection of student's prints and images of the studio on the instructional website

No knowledge of drawing or painting is needed to enjoy its immediacy and rich textural effects. One can make a print in just a few minutes with almost no technical skills, and some techniques can be used at home.

This course is designed for:
  • anyone who would enjoy having a new creative experience
  • working WICE members who would enjoy a relaxing and creative Saturday activity
  • accompanied children age 10 or over
  • artists of all kinds who want to learn and practice new techniques
  • those who enjoy sharing a creative activity with others.
Click here to see samples of Jan's student's work.

Course requirements

No prior experience is necessary. This class is open to all skill levels and students can take the course multiple times to create new prints. All materials will be provided. Students will need to bring a cover-up and picnic lunch. 

About the instructor

Jan Olsson has been working in her etching studio at La Ruche since 1990. While studying for her Master of Fine Arts degree in drawing, Jan also studied printmaking and has taught beginning to advanced printmaking courses at the college level. Visit her website to see examples of her monotype prints.
 
Image credit: Jan Olsson

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