I am so pleased to announce that I will be offering a Gelatin Printmaking Class, locally, live and in person!
I have not offered an in person studio class in quite a few years. I know some of you folks have been waiting for this because you learn best in person.
The Printmaking Course quick facts:
- Gelatin Printing on paper with water based inks
- October 14, 2017
- 9 AM to 5 PM
- @ Museum of Printing
- 15 Thornton Ave, Haverhill, MA
- Course Fee – $150.00 to claim your space now click here and securely register through PayPal.
- Early Bird GIFT – if you register by June 30th then you will get a $50.00 coupon to apply to any future course. This gift will be a fantastic complement to the full day course. There is only so much we can do in one day. For example you could purchase the 15 lesson online self- study Gelatin Printmaking workshop for only $47. It would be like taking me home with you to remind you and guide you through all of the nuances of the gelatin monotype printmaking technique. (The coupon can be used after the live class on October 14 and this offer can not be applied retroactively any prior purchases.)
- Space it limited – so ask me questions and then register today.
Who is this printing class for?
- Beginners to more advanced creatives will benefit from this workshop
- Teachers looking for classroom ideas
- Mixed media explorers who like to work fast
- Retired folks who are looking to fill their time creatively
Schedule for the Gelatin Printing Course – live
We will begin with a few demonstrations and then with a 20 minute session of what I call Yoga Printmaking. Yoga printmaking is a printing process where you follow my voice, suspend judgment and make many prints in just a few minutes. The goal of the process is to get familiar with the basic muscle movements.
There is often some resistance to the the process, but at the end of the day most of my students say that was the favorite part of the day and that they wished they had an audio recording of the process. Trust me!
I believe that you learn best by making lots of prints. This is a very experimental and unpredictable process.
- Printmaking on your own
- break for lunch
- slide show – of ideas
- specific technique demos
- Back to printing on your own – roaming help and feedback
- Break – best and worst share
- Specific Technique Demos
- Print some more try out techniques
- Studio clean up
- Share, Admire and Celebrate!
I know that 9 to 5 is a long day. But I really want you to have plenty of time to print and learn from each other.
Enjoy this video of some student work.
Registration is Open
Securely register through PayPal
EARLY BIRD GIFT Sign up before June 30th and
get a $50 coupon to apply to a future class