Layering Color and Light: Woodcut and Monoprint
Mon, June 26 @ 9:00 am - Fri, June 30 @ 4:00 pm
This engaging printmaking workshop focuses on monoprint and woodcut methods with an emphasis on layering color to produce luminous results. Students begin with observational studies from the natural world and then explore trace, stencil, painterly and multiple-plate monotype methods. Woodcut techniques are then added to layer transparent and opaque color to create a radiant sense of space. This back-and-forth serves as the format for the course as one combines printing using a woodcut matrix with a variety of monoprint methods. Students make both editioned and unique prints, alternating between structure and improvisation.
Note that the class will work outdoors for a few short periods in order to gather ideas and make quick, small watercolor studies for the reduction woodcuts.
Tuition + Supplies | Layering Color & Light: Woodcut & Monoprint
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