Monoprinting Weekend Whirlwind
- Instructor: Pamela Carberry
- Age: 18+; All skill levels welcome
- Enrollment: Maximum 10; Minimum 6
- Dates: Saturday, October 26 and Sunday, October 27 from 10 – 5 pm each day
- Cost: $225 (10% discount for HP members)
Immerse yourself in monoprinting, a versatile printmaking technique that offers a limitless range of options in image making. Monoprinting can be quick and spontaneous or it can be thoughtful and painterly and you can spend the weekend exploring all the possibilities. This two-day workshop covers a variety of monotype techniques: direct painting, multiple drop printing, and the use of stencils, and will also provide instruction in composition and the connection between monotypes with other art-making concepts. Clean up is easy with the water-soluble inks and non-toxic soy cleaners used in this class. Plus the full weekend format allows for lots of printing! Beginners and experienced printers are welcome.
About the Instructor: Pamela is a printmaker and is presently a co-op member of Highpoint Center for Printmaking. She has taught drawing and printmaking at various locations including Kent State University, Ohio, Zygote Press in Cleveland, Ohio and Printer’s Gallery in Ithaca, New York. Her work has been shown in solo and group exhibitions both nationally and internationally and is in several permanent collections. She recently completed the 2007/08 Jerome Foundation Emerging Printmakers Residency. Currently she is represented by Groveland Gallery, Minneapolis, MN.