Trace Monotype and Simple Transfers
instructor: Sara Post
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CLASSES MARCH-MAY HAVE BEEN POSTPONED TO TBA DATES DUE TO PREVENTIVE MEASURES TO CONTAIN THE SPREAD OF COVID-19. PLEASE CHECK BACK ON APRIL 2ND FOR UPDATES.
Monotype (one of a kind printmaking) encompasses a wide variety of techniques and materials. We’ll use non toxic water based inks and Xerox transfers to explore trace monotype and simple drawing and photographic transfers on mulberry paper and lightweight printmaking paper. We’ll use a combination of hand and press printing for these techniques. Prints may be hand colored to enhance surfaces. Materials are provided. This workshop is appropriate for beginners with no previous printmaking experience and experienced printmakers alike.
About the instructor:
Sara Post is an American artist working in painting, printmaking and collage. She grew up in Texas where lived with her poet grandmother and artistic great aunts. She studied art and literature as an undergraduate, followed by a master’s degree in ceramics and art education. She and her husband, Thomas Post, founded a studio pottery, T. S. Post Ceramics, in Davis, California in 1981. Sara Post’s ceramic wall works have been widely commissioned for public spaces as well as purchased for private collections. In 2007, she left ceramics to return to painting and printmaking, starting with a monotype residency at Il Bisonte in Florence, italy. A strong interest in layered surfaces led her to pursue mixed media oil painting. She maintains a studio, Art 26, in downtown Davis, California. Post teaches workshops in abstract painting, drawing and printmaking at art centers across the U.S. Her work is represented by Sparrow Gallery in Sacramento, CA, Sager-Braudis Gallery in Columbia, Missouri and Jen Tough Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Facebook: Sara Post
Sara Post Artist / Art 26
WHERE: Myrtle Press
WHO: Adults (10 students max.)
CANCELLATIONS AND REFUNDS POLICY
Verge Center for the Arts reserves the right to cancel classes, to change instructors, and to make other changes that may become necessary to ensure a quality experience for participants. In the event that a class is canceled, we will contact all registrants and offer the option of transferring to another available session, or receiving a full refund.
If a participant wishes to withdraw from a class, they must do so in writing at least seven days prior to the first class meeting to receive a full refund, less a $25 processing fee. Withdrawals occurring within seven days prior to the first class meeting will receive a refund of 50 percent of the total class fee. No refunds are given to withdrawals that occur 24 hours before the class begins. Transfers are not accepted after a class begins. Membership fees are non-refundable. Please note we are unable to issue cash refunds.