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Watercolor Monotype with Chine Collé

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16+
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September 15, 2022
September 17, 2022
10:00 - 4:00

                                                                                                                                                                                                 
Workshop Overview

Explore the Sitka grounds, discovering patterns in the natural environment and creating sketches that will be the inspiration for a series of Chine Collé papers, a technique in which the image is transferred onto a surface that is bonded onto a heavier support in the printing process. Back in the studio, sketches are transferred to Kozo paper with Micron pens and other tools, and drawing guides are created on the back of prepared Plexiglas plates. Next we paint on the Plexi plates using watercolor paints and pencils, building translucent layers and allowing the plates to dry. Using wheat paste as glue, the painted plate and Chine Collé paper are printed together onto dampened Stonehenge paper with the press.

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About the Instructor(s)

Marcy Baker was introduced to monotype printmaking 25 years ago in Santa Fe, NM. She has taught the process for 15 years, including at Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, Multnomah Arts Center and Whiteaker Printmakers. Marcy’s monotypes, paintings and collages have been exhibited in numerous solo, invitational and juried exhibitions nationally. Her workshops provide a structured and supportive environment for students of all skill levels.

Materials List: Students Bring

• Good quality watercolor set

• Variety of brushes

• Mixing tray

• Recommended brands of paint in tubes include: Winsor & Newton, M.Graham, Daniel Smith Extra Fine, and Holbein

• Note: Winsor & Newton Cotman pan watercolors also work well and are more affordable than tubes

• A few Sakura Pigma Micron size 08 pens (black) or other favorite permanent drawing pens/brushes

• Drawing pad at least 11" X 14"

• Drawing pencils

• Portfolio or other means to transport 11" x 15" prints

Optional:

• Watercolor pencils

• Favorite permanent ink (other than black India ink)

• M. Graham brand gouache

• Drawing board

Materials List: Provided by Instructor(s)

• Stonehenge printmaking paper

• Kozo chine collé paper

• 8" x 10" Plexiglas plates, 2 per student

• India Ink

• Newsprint

• Wheat paste

• Brayers

• Sharpies

• Sanding blocks

• Rags, alcohol, cleaning supplies

• Selection of gouache; watercolor pencils; micron pens; water soluble crayons to supplement student supplies

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