Instructor: Rosemary Cooley
3 Day Workshop: March 22, 23 and 24
Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
Cost: $185 Members, $220 Non-members
(An additional $35 materials fee paid to the instructor and includes archival paper, plates, use of studio tools and inks as well as one archival mat.)
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This workshop is for those who enjoy the art of printmaking and would like to learn something new. For the Solarplate method, instruction will be given on making film positives of drawings, ink paintings, images on clear acetate. Students will expose these onto the light sensitive Solarplate in a light unit and then wash out their plate. The result is a nuanced Intaglio plate with line and tone. The plates are inked and printed on an etching press onto damp paper. This is an excellent workshop for drawing students who want to add a new dimension to their work and produce editions of prints. Method and all materials are non-toxic. Minimum 5, Maximum 17.
March 22 - March 24, 2019
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Friday, Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m - 2 p.m.
Pencil 2b or 4b
Angled shader nylon watercolor brushes in sizes 6 and 8
Round nylon watercolor brushes sizes 4 and 6
Uhu Glue Stick
*There will be a special session about how to make film positives from ink drawings, pencil or charcoal drawings, photocopied images from uncopyrighted sources, one week before the class starts. Exact time and date will be communicated later and will accommodate students’ schedules.