This two-day workshop will employ water soluble pencils and crayons giving scope to explore drawing for monoprinting. On the first day there will be experimentation with the technique and materials and on the next day a series of three prints will be produced from an original drawing by working from its ghost onto the printing plate. Washes of colour can also be incorporated. Serialization is a creative technique where ideas grow and a narrative can form. It is one of the more exciting aspects of working in monotypes. You will be shown examples of monotypes by many different artists.
About the artist: Sandra Starkey
Simon’s printmaking career spans two continents and includes exhibitions, lecturing in the USA and SA as well as running Magpie Studios in both locations. Sandra’s work focuses on screenprinting and monotype.
Visit www.sandrastarkeysimon.com.au to see Sandra’s work.
Two-day workshop 10am-5pm. Workshop fee includes gst, vegetarian lunches and materials kit. Maximum 6 people.
Duration: 2 Day Workshop (7 Hours per session)
- Employ water soluble pencils and crayons giving scope to explore drawing for monoprinting
- Experimentation with the technique and materials
- Produced from an original drawing by working from its ghost onto the printing plate
- Includes vegetarian lunches and materials kit.
- Your interest to learn!
Vendor sincce 2015
In 2014 Dianne moved from Adelaide to Trentham in the Central Highlands of Victoria. Her art-work includes printmaking; encaustic, oil and pokerwork on wooden panels; artist books; on-glaze porcelain; and small scale bronze casting.
In her current work Dianne combines a cast of characters with cloudscapes and plant forms to create various scenarios. Her characters live in a world where nothing is certain.
Full payment or a 50% deposit is made at the time of registration. Balance of workshop payments can be made during the workshop.
Full refunds will only be made if your selected workshop/s are cancelled. If you give 14 days notice of withdrawal from a workshop you may swap your payment to another workshop within a 12 month period. All workshop fees include GST.
Workshops usually have a maximum of 6 participants to ensure individual attention. A materials kit is provided as part of the workshop fee for most workshops at AGAVE PRINT STUDIO. Additional materials can be purchased during or after a workshop. At Spring, Autumn and Summer School workshops some materials are charged separately as they can vary between the individual projects of participants.
On full-day workshops morning tea and a vegetarian lunch are provided. During half-day classes morning or afternoon tea is provided.
Many AGAVE PRINT STUDIO workshops and classes are suitable for beginners; if prior experience is necessary it is noted on the workshop description. The workshops introduce participants to exciting new printmaking processes, and suit a range of practioners. The workshops are particularly valuable for teachers and artists wanting to upgrade or extend their range of printmaking skills.
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