Monotype Printing without a Press - 1-Day Workshop
About the instructor: Patricia Rodríguez studied painting, printmaking, and mural painting at the San Francisco Art Institute (BFA) and Sacramento State University (MA.) Her exhibitions of monotype prints and box constructions have been shown at the Museum of Modern Art (NYC), the Smithsonian (Washington, DC), Mexican Fine Arts Museum (Chicago), the De Young Museum (San Francisco) and community galleries and venues. Information about her artistic career has been published in many journals and publications. She has taught in many Bay Area colleges including San Francisco State University and UC Berkeley. Patricia has served as curator of the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts in San Francisco and as an invited guest curator at the Oakland Museum of California.
Title: Monotype Printing without a Press: 1-Day Workshop
Instructor: Patricia Rodriguez
Dates: November 1
Day & Time: Saturday, 10:00am – 1:00pm
Description: Creating monotype prints without a press can be enjoyable and gratifying. It allows you to create an image in many colors at once and in a loose painterly fashion by painting on a plexi-glass plate. In this workshop, water-based monotype inks are used to print images to dry sheets of paper; registration of the paper allows more colors to be added to the same print.
Cost: Member $55; Non-member $65
Materials fee: $15 (includes all materials)
Notes: All artistic levels welcome. Over 18 years of age. Minimum enrollment required for workshop to proceed. Limited space. Water soluble inks used.
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