WORKSHOP 3 - Unique Monoprints
Friday 22nd March 2019 - 2pm
Join us on the afternoon of Friday 22nd March 2019 to create beautiful monoprints.
The process of monoprinting dates back to the early 1600’s and has been explored by artists as diverse as Rembrandt and Edgar Degas. The process combines drawing, painting and printing, with a spontaneity and few, if any, rules.
We will explore single and multi-layered monoprints, plus a further experimental process, enabling you to create a range of outcomes with the particular focus on what inspires you, eg, kitchenalia, still life, pots and posies or fruit and vegetables.
This half day workshop will be run by Liz Wellby our ‘artist and maker in residence’ for the week, here in the barn. With over 20 years teaching and tutoring experience, Liz will guide you through a number of stages, enabling you to create your own unique outcomes.
Please bring along the following: a range of A5/A6 images that inspire you, a large pale plate or flat palette, a pencil case, an apron and an old magazine to transport your wet prints home.
The workshop is suitable for those with a range of creative experiences, for a maximum of 12 people, running from 1 - 5pm and costs £55. All materials and equipment will be provided; refreshments and a delicious homemade lunch will be served in the barn.