Artists are enjoying Make Monotypes printmaking course

I love my course Make Monotypes because I can help artists from all over the world to explore gelatin printmaking.

Gelatin Plate Monotype Prints on display by Linda Germain

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!

Gerry McG.

make books with your pile of gelatin prints

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.

 

The post Artists are enjoying Make Monotypes printmaking course appeared first on Linda Germain.

from Linda Germain http://www.lindagermain.com/2017/05/artists-enjoying-make-monotypes-printmaking-course/

All about prints

from Blogger http://lamurdis.blogspot.com/2017/05/artists-are-enjoying-make-monotypes.html

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s