Printmaking and Surface Design: 8 Sessions Online
About the instructor: Art has always been a part of Colleen’s life paralleling her development as a person, through education, becoming an adult, raising children and her professional career. She has successfully merged them all somehow and has been addicted to education her entire life. She is honored to hold an MFA in painting from the Academy of Art in San Francisco. Now with a business degree, a graphic design degree and an MFA, Colleen has all the knowledge and motivation she needed to pursue her fine art practice and teach and inspire students from around the globe.
Visit Colleen's website here!
Title: Printmaking and Surface Design:
Instructor: Colleen Gianatiempo
Dates: February 2, 9, 16, 23 & March 2, 9, 16, 23
Day & Time: Wed., 10:00 am – 12:00 pm PST
Description: Printmaking is about discovering new approaches to transferring a mark onto a surface and building colorful layers using nontraditional methods. Mono-printing is a form of printmaking that allows you to create unique, free-form printed images every time. You will learn the following techniques: Additive, Reductive, Masking, Stamping, Overlay & Collage. Primarily we will use a gelatin plate (Gelli), plexiglass, Grafix plates and foam plates. We will also dabble in other printmaking techniques such as linocut, rubber stamping and more. This class is the ultimate in expressive mark making. You will quickly develop your own style!
Fee: $240 Members; $300 Non-members
Materials: Download materials list here!
Media: Acrylic/Mixed Media
Notes: No prior experience necessary! 16+ years and older. Minimum registration required for workshop to proceed.
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