About the Workshop Instructor:
Rock, Scissors, Paper
Due to COVID-19, this program is postponed until June 2020
Morning tour, workshop and lunch
Wednesday, June 17 • 10 am – 2 pm
at Ox-Bow School of Art and Artists' Residency
Delve into the Ox-Bow experience and spend a morning on campus working with one of the printmaking faculty.
The day will begin with a quick tour of campus and a discussion of the upcoming classes and programs that Ox-Bow offers.
In this workshop we will experiment with one of the most intuitive, playful, and painterly forms of printmaking - monotype! Monotype prints are one of a kind, individually made prints pulled from ink that has been applied directly to a "print matrix" or plate (in this case, a piece of plexi-glass). This workshop will investigate intuitive and iterative hand printing techniques as well as printing on the press. Monotype prints can be as loose and fast, or as tight and focused as you like. In fact, "mistakes" in this process are welcome and encouraged! Monotype printing is a process that is easy to reproduce in ones own studio with minimal equipment, and is a great addition to any painting and drawing practice.
A lunch prepared by the fabulous chefs in the Old Inn will conclude our Ox-Bow experience.
Don’t miss this rare, private workshop at Ox-Bow, an immersive environment for artists to explore traditional and contemporary modes of art-making.
Space is limited. Sign up below!