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Chris Battaglia

Drypoint Etching

The most direct of the intaglio printing techniques, using a sharp needle, Drypoint requires scratching into a plastic plate to achieve the desired etched design. Participants will learn the fundamentals

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Chris Battaglia

Collagraph Printing

Collagraph plates are used in printmaking to combine texture and color together to generate an image that can be easily combined with other print making techniques, stand on its own

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Chris Battaglia

Monoprinting with Gelatin Plates

Many effects can be achieved in monotypes that are not possible with any other printing technique. In gelatin monoprinting a jelly-like material (homemade or store bought) is used as the printing plate. The soft surface of the gelatin plate is ideal for capturing fine details. Participants will play with color, templates, and mark making to build a layers of imagery to produce one of a kind artwork.

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Chris Battaglia

Monoprinting with Gelatin Plates

Many effects can be achieved in monotypes that are not possible with any other printing technique. In gelatin monoprinting a jelly-like material (homemade or store bought) is used as the printing plate. The soft surface of the gelatin plate is ideal for capturing fine details. Participants will play with color, templates, and mark making to build a layers of imagery to produce one of a kind artwork.

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Chris Battaglia

Monoprinting with Gelatin Plates

Many effects can be achieved in monotypes that are not possible with any other printing technique. In gelatin monoprinting a jelly-like material (homemade or store bought) is used as the

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Monoprint Watercolor Painting

Watercolor monoprinting allows you to duplicate an image or reference painting while having your watercolor look like a print. Students will use watercolors paints in leu of printing inks, a non traditional approach to printmaking, offering an opportunity for experimentation for all levels.

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Waterfall Arts COVID-19 Update

Until further notice, Waterfall Arts requires that all guests and artists registering for our classes and workshops are fully vaccinated for COVID-19. A digital or physical copy of your vaccine card can be presented at the door at the time of the class or emailed directly to our programming director. Masks must be worn throughout our building and during all programs.

** For youth programs, we ask for proof of vaccination of the household adults. If your child is vaccinated, you may submit the child’s COVID-19 vaccination information, instead.**