Painting through Monotypes
August 15 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
An event every day that begins at 10:00am, repeating until August 16, 2017
Monotype is a way to create a one-of-akind image combining painting, drawing and printmaking. It was a favorite way of making art for Degas, Cassatt and Gauguin, as it offers the freedom to explore and experiment. A painting is developed on a flat plate with oil or water-based inks, paints, crayons and/or pencils and then transferred to paper or other absorbent surfaces. This two-day workshop will demonstrate the possibilities and unique qualities of the process. We will explore printing by hand and with an etching press. Oil and water based inks, plates and paper provided.
Award-winning artist Lesa Chittenden (L.C.) Lim uses her creative spirit to compose images that reflect the profound beauty of nature and our earth. Lim teaches at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and works in Philadelphia and Michigan. A recipient of many distinguished awards, her work appears in the University of Michigan Ross School, Dow Chemical and Woodmere Museum collections, as well as private collections. She regularly exhibits in Philadelphia and Michigan. LCLim.com
Supply List | Workshop Dates: August 15 and 16 | Time: 10 am – 4 pm