But I am happy to share that my students are loving the class just as much as I am. For example:
One student’s experience in Make Monotypes – I wanted to take this class for quite a while, but as I had already experimented a fair bit with a gel plate, I wasn’t sure how much I’d learn.
My friend, a bookbinding instructor took the class a while back, and spoke very highly of it. She really enjoyed it and learned a lot. And I had seen some of her prints that she incorporated into her bookmaking projects.
I’m very glad I took the course – it was exactly what I wanted- it encouraged me to use my own images and experiment with found objects and stencils/masks I created myself.
So many other books, videos and blog posts focused on use of commercial stencils and other products. I really appreciate that this course focuses on finding or making one’s own tools!
This gelatin printmaking course is the foundation of my approach to printmaking without a press. The gelatin plate is unique:
- The malleable plate is able to hold delicate details.
- These details can be transferred to paper with mere hand pressure
- The process is immediate and does not require lots of planning.
- Gelatin printing is low tech and not-toxic
- It is the best of printing without a press
Read more details about the printmaking course and join us today. This is the only time that I will be offering the course this year.
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