Exploration of Monoprints and Monotype Matrices
Monoprints and Monotypes are two venues in printmaking that evolve creatively through new techniques. This course will start with the basic foundation of a painterly print– Monoprint and work towards innovative ways to add layers toward a Monotype. No print experience is necessary to begin, and experienced printmakers will have ample time to further their interest in new techniques.
Dates: please inquire about availability & dates
Duration & Time: 3 hours
Class Supply Fee: $35 (includes: Hanco ink:oil, med wt. BFK paper half sheets, misc. tools and supplies)
- 8 x 10" Lexan (or larger) @ Home Depot, cost = approx. $5.00/sheet (very durable)
- you can also purchase reg. plexiglass at cost (slightly less durable)
- optional: pre-worked plexi plates to experiment with
- general: work clothes or apron, paint brushes, spatula, ideas, drawings or thumbnail paintings
- advanced: 2 d-forms: netting, metal screens, etc.
Please mail checks to:
226 East Main Street
Walla Walla, WA 99362
Course registration will not be considered complete until payment is received.
Ann-Marie incorporates Monoprint techniques with Intaglio, curiously experiencing free form color and formalized controls to develop her aesthetic finding of the space between. She earned her BFA in Art at Akron University and MFA through San Francisco Art Institute.
Burnham expressed his interest in how “A dialogue starts between the participants – the technology and the human subject – so that both move beyond their original state.”