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Methods of Monotype

Methods of Monotype

SKU: 2024 Spring Lindholm Monotype

Methods of Monotype

All Levels 

Instructor: Joren Lindholm

Mondays, 6:30 - 9:30 pm, begins April 15 (WSS is closed on May 27 in observance of Memorial Day, the final class date will be June 24)

10 weeks, In-person / 3B



The process of making prints is a reliable augmentation to the painter’s creative process by way of introducing the means of the mechanical press. As the most direct, painterly form of printmaking, monotypes are one-off prints pulled from the printing plate which can be regarded as works on paper that are uniquely drawn or painted. With the production of monotypes, painters specifically introduce the art of chance operation and the unpredictability of process-driven results. In this class, we will explore beginning monotype techniques through a plurality of various approaches. These approaches will include responding to a subject from observation, drawing on top of a pre-existing image, layered development, single-color & multi-color readings as well as experimental techniques. The review process is then applied in order to assess the before-and-after.

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A $25 administrative fee is applied to all refunds.


*If we can fill your spot, we will fully refund your tuition, less the administrative fee.

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