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Watercolor Monotype with Chine Collé

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Print Workshop Info
Watercolor Monotype with Chine Collé
Instructor(s):
Marcy Baker
Date and Time:
9/4/2020
-
9/6/2020
10:00 - 4:00
Total Cost:
$
411
Minimum Age Level:
16+
Skill Level:
All Levels
10
available
at risk
Registration for this workshop is closed.
Registration for members begins
February 25, 2020
.
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The open enrollment period begins on
March 10, 2020
.

Workshop registration opens for members on February 27.

Workshop Overview

Explore the Sitka grounds at Grass Mountain, discovering patterns in the natural environment and creating sketches that will be the inspiration for a series of Chine Collé papers. 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.

About the Instructor(s)

Marcy Baker was introduced to monotype printmaking 25 years ago in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and she was hooked. Baker earned her BFA from Syracuse University in New York state. Her monotypes, paintings and collages have been featured in numerous solo, invitational and juried exhibitions nationally. Baker's work resides in private and public collections throughout the U.S. She has taught printmaking and mixed media classes at Multnomah Arts Center in southwest Portland and in her private studio for twelve years. Her Sitka workshop offers a supportive, creative environment for students of all skill levels.

Materials List: Students Bring

• Good quality watercolor set

• Variety of brushes

• Mixing palette

• Recommended paint brands in tubes include Winsor & Newton, M.Graham, Daniel Smith Extra Fine, and Holbein. Winsor & Newton Cotman. Pan watercolors also work well and are more affordable than tubes

• Two or more Sakura Pigma Micron pens, black or other dark colors, sizes .05 and .08

• One or two Sakura Pigma Micron brushes, black. OR other brands/sizes of waterproof pens/brushes

• Sketch pad at least 11" X 14"

• Drawing board if desired

• Selection of drawing pencils / charcoal for dark bold lines

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

OPTIONAL:

• Watercolor pencils

• Gouache (must be M. Graham brand)

• Additional waterproof drawing tools / materials

Materials List: Provided by Instructor(s)

• Printmaking paper

• Chine collé paper

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

• Newsprint

• Tracing paper

• Wheat paste

• Sharpie markers

• Sanding blocks

• Cleaning supplies, paper towels, rags

• Selection of gouache, watercolor pencils, micron pens, water soluble crayons, woodless graphite pencils, charcoal, India ink, to supplement student supplies.

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