Make your Own Botanical Monoprint workshop #1

Make your Own Botanical Monoprint workshop #1

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Printmaking Artist Celeste Pfau, visiting from Birmingham, Alabama will be offering a one-hour introductory workshop on how to print plant materials using an etching press as well as without a press using Gelli plates. Those interested in participating need to come on time, as this process will easily take up the entire hour. Note Each workshop is limited to 6 participants/hour. 

 

  1.  Each student will leave the class with their own unique artworks: 8x10in will be the largest size the class will work. Other smaller sized options will also be available.
  2.  Celeste will cover the basic elements of how the etching press works, the different steps of mono-printing as well as the many different inks and paper options. She will also explain how mono-printing relates to other fine art printmaking techniques.
  3. All materials to participate will be provided by Celeste, however, participants can bring their own botanical / found  materials: leaves, flowers, stems, lace, string, etc
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Printmaking Artist Celeste Pfau, visiting from Birmingham, Alabama will be offering a one-hour introductory workshop on how to print plant materials using an etching press as well as without a press using Gelli plates. Those interested in participating need to come on time, as this process will easily take up the entire hour. Note Each workshop is limited to 6 participants/hour. 

 

  1.  Each student will leave the class with their own unique artworks: 8x10in will be the largest size the class will work. Other smaller sized options will also be available.
  2.  Celeste will cover the basic elements of how the etching press works, the different steps of mono-printing as well as the many different inks and paper options. She will also explain how mono-printing relates to other fine art printmaking techniques.
  3. All materials to participate will be provided by Celeste, however, participants can bring their own botanical / found  materials: leaves, flowers, stems, lace, string, etc