Let loose your creative side as you try monotype printmaking! Monotypes involve painting with slow drying inks on a plastic surface and then printing that design on paper. The process is simple and the results are unique and sometimes a little unpredictable—in a fun and exciting way! The best part is that several designs can be made quickly so there is no pressure for every print to be a masterpiece.
In the two hour workshop, you’ll have time to make a few successful prints while you wind down with a glass of wine. At the end, you’ll select a favorite, choose from a white or black 12”x12” wood frame (with or without a mat), and head home with original pieces of art including one that’s ready to hang!
Price includes all art materials, frame and wine. No prior art experience or skills are necessary.
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About your instructor:
Mary has taught art to students of all ages and is infatuated with drawing, painting and printmaking. She studied studio art and graphic design at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Find more of her art @maryjbock on Instagram.