Intermediate class, some painting skills required
A monotype is a one-of-a-kind, hand pulled print. Making monotypes requires a lot of faith in the creative process. The artist never knows for sure what the final result will be until the monotype is pulled off the plate. I love that element of surprise!
A variety of imagery can be created with this process. You may enjoy experimenting with monotype as an abstract medium. Personally, I enjoy using this method for creating more representational art. Making monotypes this way, allows me the fun of painting while at the same time helping me to let go of the need to totally control the outcome. The end result is both painterly and exciting and can be achieved in no other way.
Discover your own personal style by experimenting with this fun, creative process. In addition, we will also learn how to create trace monotypes - another expressive form of monotype used for line imagery.
Suitable for intermediate students with some knowledge of painting
Some supplies required (see below)
Please bring your own oil paints and brushes - colors and brush sizes of your choice. All other necessary supplies are included.
Class size minimum of 3, maximum of 5There is a student minimum on all classes. If the minimum is not met, the class may be cancelled.
All classes must be paid in full at the time of registration. All bookings are final and we cannot offer a refund, except in exceptional circumstances. In the event of a studio cancellation, a complete refund will be provided. Thank you for your understanding.
* Coffee, tea, water and a variety of snacks will be available. You are responsible for providing your own lunch.
SATURDAY, March 25th
10:00 - 4:30 - Including a 30 minute lunch break
Please aim to arrive by 9:45 so we can start on time.