instructor: Katherine Venturelli
category: Printmaking, Myrtle Press
Learn the basics of a low tech and innovative painterly printmaking process called monotype! Monotypes are unique prints made by the direct transfer of an image. This easily accessible medium allows both novices and experienced artists of all ages to create finished images in relatively few steps.
In this hands-on workshop, participants will develop an understanding of fundamental printmaking terms, materials, and inking techniques using non-toxic soy-based Akua inks. We will focus on both spontaneous and methodical approaches to the medium. Demonstrations will include the use of the etching press, printing by hand, and experimentation with textures, stencils, and collage materials. In a relaxed atmosphere, with support and encouragement, you will realize your own personal artistic intent and expression of ideas and images. All levels welcome!
WHEN: Saturday October 30, 9:30am-5pm
WHERE: Myrtle Press inside Verge
About the Instructor
Katherine Venturelli is an exhibiting artist nationally recognized for unique artist books and fine prints produced from her printmaking studio in Amador County. Her work is represented in many prestigious collections including the SF Palace Legion of Honor, the Getty Museum, and the Crocker Art Museum as well as being featured in numerous art publications. Over 45 years as an arts educator, Katherine has been able to share her passion for the monotype printmaking process.
A Note About COVID-19
Beginning August 4th, 2021, Verge requires all instructors and class participants to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19. We will continue to enforce the use of masks and social distancing for the duration of the session(s). We appreciate your cooperation and willingness to keep our community safe and healthy. For any questions regarding our COVID-19 safety protocols or to submit a copy of your vaccination status, please contact Nicole at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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