There are painters who transform the sun to a yellow spot, but there are others who with the help of their art and their intelligence, transform a yellow spot into sun.- Pablo Picasso
Please check back for the announcement of our spring semester offerings to register for a Printmaking class.
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with Roxanne Faber Savage
Explore the use of printmaking as an open and playful medium. In this class, we will learn a range of monoprint techniques including painterly monoprint, trace monotype, stencils, drypoint on plexiglass and chine-collé techniques. Roxy will present weekly print demonstrations, including color mixing and plate wiping methods; proper press procedures, layering & “ghosting” imagery and gluing techniques.
Each lesson will build on processes and techniques taught in previous classes. Water-soluble “Akua” inks will be used. Roxy will work with the group and one-on-one with students. Participants should bring paper first class; we will review print papers 1stclass.
Artists taking this class should have a level of competence with art materials and techniques. Intermediate to advanced levels welcome.
For more information about our classes and to register for a class, you may also telephone us at 860.868.2878 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuition must be paid in full one week prior to the first class. Students are guaranteed a place in class only after full payment is received.
Materials are extra for some classes and workshops.
Please note: Occasionally, WAA documents classes and other educational events using photography and video. This is for publicity purposes and these images may be used in our promotional and informational materials as well as on our website.
Registration for any of these events at WAA or sponsored by WAA assumes permission to collect an image of you and/or your artwork and to use those images publicly to promote WAA. You may inform us at the time of registration, or inform the photographer/videographer at the event, that you do not wish to have your image taken.