Tuesday, March 1 – Thursday, March 3
Rose Nygaard will be introducing monotype printmaking during this 3-Day Workshop. Monotype is one-of-a-kind print that has been made by an image that has been painted on a metal, plastic or another flat, smooth surface. Transferring is made either by hand rubbing or a press. Some of the earliest were made around 1640. Rembrandt, Degas and Matisse all did monotypes. Join Rose to learn about the process and explore different materials to create one-of-a-kind monotypes of your own.
Supply list will be given upon registration.
Cost for the 3-day workshop is $150 per student.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Rose has a Master’s Degree in Fine Arts from American University In Washington, DC. She has been working in Abstract Art for the last thirty years.