What is monotyping? Monotyping is a type of printmaking made by drawing or painting on a smooth, non-absorbent surface. The surface can be a copper etching plate, zinc or glass. The image is then transferred onto a sheet of paper by pressing the two together, usually using a printing-press.
How it works? For our workshops we will create monotypes using inks, gouache, watercolors and opaque paper. The result is always a surprise. When you get your monotype with unbelievable combinations of colors, then you can apply all your imagination and turn your print into anything you like: seascape with boats, forest landscapes, creatures from fairy tales, and portraits; or you can leave it as it is. You will leave the workshop with a finished art work made by you.
Is it for me? We recommend Monotyping Workshop for those, who would like to relax after a busy day, create something positive and enjoy playing with colors. Monotyping can become your new hobby or an additional way to express yourself.
Is experience necessary? No experience necessary.
How many sessions? 1 session, 1 hr long
How much? $20 + GST
Should I bring my art supplies? No, all art supplies will be provided.
When? Inquire about dates available.
How to register? Email to Elena Perelman firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know your name, a workshop you are going to attend, your contact details (your e-mail and phone number), some information about your experience.