Monotype Printing is an incredibly immediate, playful, and multi-faceted type of printmaking, which could be described as a printed painting. Through learning and practicing a variety of transfer techniques, students will establish an understanding of the properties of ink, paper, pressure, and how they interact to create a broad range of aesthetic possibilities. Once the class has explored a variety of approaches, including additive and reductive ways to develop an image, and ink-mixing skills, each student will develop a series of prints exploring a process, a theme, or a narrative.
Instructor: Matt Barteluce
Date: Sunday October 22nd, 2017
Max Students - 10
*This Price Includes $15 Materials Cost*
Matt Barteluce is an artist, illustrator and graphic designer. He received his BFA in 2003 from Maryland Institute College of Art and his MFA in 2010 at the School of Visual Arts. He is currently director of Guttenberg Arts.