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Saturday, October 17, 2020 2:00 - 5:00 PM
$65 with registration
As the seasons change, we’ll explore monotype printmaking while producing eye-catching, layered prints that use the natural shapes, textures, and colors of fall. Monoprints are unlike most other printmaking methods, due to their unique, non-repeatable qualities. You'll learn to use Gelli plates to roll out ink, use cut-paper stencils for masking, and experiment with the beautiful qualities of trace-monotype drawing. Cost of registration ($65) covers instruction and all materials. This workshop is led by Art Lab Educator Britta Urness. Registration is required by Monday, Oct. 12. Register here.
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