Painterly Colour in Print
Monotype in a nutshell
Monotype is known for its rich painterly and versatile qualities, through which unique prints are created. It’s a highly accessible printmaking medium even if you are a complete beginner.
This weekend workshop is all about having fun as you play with colour and mark making to create beautiful and unique images in print. The emphasis will be on creative discovery and experimentation rather than on sweating over creating perfect, final finished works from the off. You will be learning how to print layers of colour, use stencils and masks, use brushes, rollers, card and all kinds of mark making tools and finish off with trace drawing to create lovely prints.
By the end of the workshop ..... You should leave with a number of unique small prints to keep as a record of your weekend of discovery and possibly give as a gift. Frames are available at small additional cost.
SAT & SUN | March 24/25th, 2018 | TBC | 10:00 – 16:00pm
Group size: 5
All materials and a delicious two course lunch
Light, spacious, well-equipped print room.
How to pay:
Click on the 'Add to shopping bag' above or email to make a 50% deposit. Balance due one month before the course starts.
Available on back-order
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