July 24@5:30 PM - 8:30 PM$45
Monoprinting is a form of printmaking that produces a unique print and a great process for understanding the basics of the printmaking process in general. Students will learn several approaches to applying ink and creating texture to a plate. Images are then transferred on to paper using a printing press. A variety of materials and tools are often used to embellish prints.
with Karin Otto
Wednesday, July 24
5:30 PM – 8:30 PM
$45 / $40.50 with member discount
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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Karin Otto has brought her background in arts administration, teaching, and fine arts to Waterfall Arts since 2012. As a long time board member, and former board president, Karin has assisted Waterfall Arts with many facets of programming. In particular, she has helped to establish and manage Waterfall Arts’ print studio. Using a variety of print making techniques, Karin’s own work explores the idea of patterns in all things. She is fascinated with the depth and dimension that can be derived through layering of texture and color. Karin has studied print making under Susan Groce, UM Orono and worked with a variety of local and visiting print artists through the Waterfall Arts studio. Karin has a BFA in Sculpture and Ceramics and an MA in Organizational Behavior.
This session of Printmaking: Monotype is officially full! Please email email@example.com in order to get on the waiting list.