Tuesday, July 9th, 2024 1:00-3:00  Ages 8 and over, cost $15 per student (space is limited).

Explore the process of creating monotype (one-of-a-kind) prints on paper using natural objects such as leaves, flowers, feathers, and grasses. Incorporating the elements of design, you can also create background textures on an inked surface with the use of lichens, feathers, and other natural items. You will learn general printmaking techniques using an etching press, relief inks and printmaking paper.

With a single inked plate you will create a series of monoprints that vary by the addition or subtraction of the natural objects on the plate. This technique allows for shadow and depth and the addition of other inked objects in a unique layering process.

Reserve your spot today: https://ticketstripe.com/monoprintingclass

This class is made available through a grant from West Central Initiative.