3 / 25 / 18 Reductive Monotypes

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3 / 25 / 18 Reductive Monotypes

80.00

Instructor: Sammi McLean

Sunday, March 25th
12 - 4pm

Monotypes are known as “the painterly prints.” Monotyping is a concentration in printing that uses a smooth surface to create an image without engraving. The image can either be additive by painting ink onto a surface or subtractive by using a technique of removing ink from a surface. 

In this 4 hour workshop, participants will explore the subtractive technique of monotype printing which is when a smooth surface is covered entirely with ink and then the ink is slowly removed from the surface to create the image. Participants will investigate other artists who use this technique, learn how to use and respect a large fine art press, and create several one of a kind narrative prints during the class.
 

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