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Subtractive monotype is the practice of inking up a plate with an even layer of one color ink. Then materials such as q-tips, sticks, brushes, cotton balls, rags etc. are used to wipe away the ink to make an image. This technique can give results with energetic marks and luminescence that comes from the exposure of paper next to ink. Participants will do a series of prints working with the elements of drawing: line, texture, value and shape. Black ink and stretches of black ink (small color added to the black) will be used for the prints. This workshop will focus on the technical aspects of this technique to apply to future explorations.
Kris Sader was born in Denver, Colorado in 1951, but grew up in Tucson, Arizona. She studied Art and Theatre at the University of Arizona and Northern Arizona University. Since marrying she, her husband and two daughters have lived in many places from the West coast to the Gulf Coast and in-between. In 1987 the family moved to Maine. Kris holds three degrees from the University of Maine, a BA in Performing Arts/dance, MS in Ecology and Environmental Sciences and a BFA in printmaking. Kris is a printmaker and environmental site-specific installation artist. As a printmaker she uses “Non-Toxic”, health and environment friendly, printmaking methods, which she helped research at the University of Maine. She studied printmaking under Susan Groce, UM, Elizabeth Dove, University of Montana, Hester Stinnett, Tyler University, Philadelphia, and Siri Beckman, Deer Isle, Maine. In addition to showing her work locally, nationally and internationally, she gives presentations on her work and teaches non-toxic printmaking techniques. She was a recipient of an Artist Fellowship at Women;s Studio Workshop, New York, a “Good Idea Grant” from the MAC. She was an Artist in Residence at the Maine Discovery Museum, Bangor and adjunct lecturer in printmaking at University of Maine. In 2012 Kris traveled to Oracle Arizona and Tilting, Fogo Island, Newfoundland as Artist in Residence. The summer of 2014 she taught at the USM summer book at the Stone House in Portland.
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