Monoprint: Paint and Print

Course Description:
If you enjoy working spontaneously, Monotype, is an explorative process, as free as a brush stroke, or diverse and calculating as a drawn line. Degas, Gauguin, and Prendergast found mono print an exhilarating colorful painterly process in “of the moment’ scenes while Jenny Robinson’s Water Tower depicts structures both linear and detailed using a monochromatic palette. Whether a novice or adding to previous experience, this class will further your exploration. 

Location: studioArticolore

Dates: Fall Quarter: Mon & Wed, 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m., 10/2/17 - 11/8/17 with optional Friday LAB (no class held on 10/30 and 11/1)
Duration & Time: 3 hours
Registration: Walla Walla Community College website, Community Education

online at under Community Education (Item #4310 Monoprint: Paint and Print) or click on link below.

Enrollment: 8 students
Tuition: pricing on the WWCC website

Supply List: 

  • general: work clothes or apron, paint brushes, spatula, and a small folder
  • ideas, drawings, or thumbnails of paintings

Register for Monoprint:

Book Making:
Accordions with Non-Adhesive Covers

  Saudade , 4.5 x 7” accordion book by Ann-Marie Cunningham

Saudade, 4.5 x 7” accordion book by Ann-Marie Cunningham

Course Description:
Building and designing a ‘spineless’ accordion book easily accomplishes layout of space and energy for the designer to fill pages with a “hidden and reveal” approach. This book fascinates in ease of assemblage, duplication and allocation of public and private viewing space.  

Dates: Sat Oct. 7th, 1 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Introduction

Tentative workshop dates: Tuesday Oct. 10th, and Thursday Oct. 12th, 1:00-3:30 p.m.*
*Adjustable per student availability with additional possible dates to complete accordion book or books per preference) 
Duration & Time: 2 hours
Location: studioArticolore (226 E. Main, Walla Walla, WA)
Enrollment: 4 students. Register via email ( or in person
Tuition: $115
Class Supply Fee: included

registration form:

Name: Legal First and Last Name

Address: House, Street, City, ST, Zip Code (no P.O. Box)


Phone: Indicate Landline or cell?


Payment: Check or in Person before start of Class

$115.00 includes book materials and equipment

Previous Bookmaking experience?

Emergency Contact forms: will be provided at first class

Bring information for emergency contact to first class.

Copy and paste and e-mail above information and click on link below.



Supply List: 

  • general: work clothes or apron, paint brushes, and a small folder
  • ideas, drawings, or book idea theme

Please mail checks to:
Studio Articolore
226 East Main Street
Walla Walla, WA 99362

Course registration will not be considered complete until payment is received.

The Innocence and Experience of Intaglio


Course Description: An effective means of mechanical or freehand drawing, Escher and John Cage found printmaking ideal in expression.  Drypoint, a beginning method of scratching and scraping into a plate, creates simple to complex forms through use of line and textures. This class will use copper plates, using various tools and different papers in creating unique but reproducible prints. Advanced techniques using Edinburg Etch will also be introduced to further the understanding of how print has enhanced through enhancing depth or use of several plates and more.

Dates: March 19 thru April 20th, Mon. & Weds., 1-3:00 pm, Fri. labs: 1-3:00pm (optional)
Location: studioArticolore
Enrollment: 6 students
Tuition: $135.00
Class Supply Fee: included

Supply List: 

Apron, pocket folder for handouts, sharpie fine tip pen (optional)

Register for Intaglio: online credit card link above or in person @ studioArticolore.

Ann-Marie advances the basic Intaglio technique with etching, curiously experiencing both foundational formalized with realistic and abstract expressions 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.”