Spring and Summer Workshops

http://www.tworiversprintmaking.com White River Jct., VT

PRONTO PLATE LITHOGRAPHY WITH MARY MEAD
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, MAY 4 – 5, 10AM – 4PM
$195 PLUS MATERIALS FEE
Pronto Plate Lithography is a technique you will want to have in your arsenal, as it can reproduce a variety of images both hand-drawn and painterly, or photo-based. Pronto plates operate on the antipathy between oil and water, are fairly simple to master, and relatively inexpensive. In this printmaking workshop you will learn how to create images using simple materials such as ball point pen, acrylic floor wax, sharpie, crayon, and if desired, laser copies of photo-based imagery. The plates can be cut and/or layered to create multi-colored prints. This is a great class for beginners and professional artists alike interested in learning a new and extremely versatile technique. Participants should expect to create a portfolio of completed prints.

http://www.chasesgarage.com. York, ME
Monotypes and Monoprints
Tentative date: Saturday and Sunday, June 1 – 2 10am-4am

In this workshop, we will explore a variety of approaches to creating monoprints – prints based on an underlying matrix that can be printed in multiple different ways, and monotypes, completely unique prints. Both are often referred to as “painterly” prints because they frequently defy the strict technical rules that govern many printmaking processes. Learn to employ transparent and extender base for important in layering. Depending on time and focus we might add screen printing with water-based media as an add-on. Come prepared to experiment!

http://www.chasesgarage.com/printmaking-products/pronto-plate-lithography-w-mary-mead-2-day-hands-on-workshop

http://www.avagallery.org Lebanon, NH

Saturday & Sunday, June 8 & 9, 10am–4pm
$192 members / / $225 non-members / / $35 materials fee

PRINTMAKING
Make a Splash with Water-based Screen Printing MARY MEAD
Learn to create screen prints using water-based media including watercolor paints, gouache and Caran d’Aches water soluble crayons. Work from in house still-life objects or plants from your garden. This process can be integrated with more traditional monotype approaches. This is a great class for anyone interested in expanding their approach
to watercolor media.

Author: marymeadstudio

Visual Artist based in central New Hampshire.

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