Next date: Saturday, 08 October 2022 | 10:00 AM
to 04:00 PM
Please select your preferred date when purchasing your ticket. Options are either Saturday 8 October, or Friday 14 October, 10am - 4pm
Monotypes are known as the most direct form of printmaking and can be explored with both a painterly and drawing like expression, making one unique print. Oil based ink is applied onto a perspex plate with rollers, brushes and tools, the image is made by either painting or drawing on or into that surface, or by removing ink with a cloth, tools, or fingers. The images are printed and transferred by hand or printmaking press onto paper.
Over this workshop you will be introduced to a positive and negative monotype and a direct transfer monotype, printing some variations by hand and others with the printmaking press. In the afternoon you can choose which technique you would like to explore and delve into the world of layering and ghost monotypes.
Participants will need to bring one or two inspirational ideas, photos or drawings, or you can choose to draw from the studio or garden.
Please bring your lunch and an apron. All print making materials and equipment will be supplied.
Image: Jennifer in her Red Hill studio. Credit Noa Fletcher
Artists Proof Red Hill, 119 Main Creek Road, Red Hill 3937 View Map
119 Main Creek Road ,
Red Hill 3937
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$110 FRIENDS of MPRG, $120 general ticket price