ABOUT THIS CLASS:
Historically a rather obscure process used primarily for the edification of the artist, the unique prints of Monotype, Trace Monotype, and Movable Collagraph have nonetheless captured the imaginations of contemporary artists and collectors alike. Unlike other printmaking techniques that can produce exact copies of the same image (etching, for example), the monotype (and its related techniques of trace and movable collagraph) is a unique art object more akin to a painting. In this Foundations class, students will be introduced to the delights, challenges, and possibilities of these unique printmaking processes. Gaining confidence with various printmaking materials such as ink, image-making methods, tools, paper, and terminology will inspire artists at every stage of their creative pursuit. In addition, students will gain an understanding of general printmaking procedures, graphics studio practices, and safety protocols.
Students will be encouraged to participate in ongoing discussions about composition, formal and conceptual elements/ideas, motivation, presentation, and contemporary prints and printmakers.
No experience necessary, but a commitment to artistic exploration is required. Ages 16+
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Thursdays, February 9, 16, 23 and March 2, 2023
2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Studios 3 & 4
$178 for four consecutive classes, ($168 tuition + $10 lab fee)
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*In an effort to maintain our non-toxic environment, the Woodstock School of Art does not permit the use of turpentine or mineral spirits in the painting studios. Learn more.
*Those with special needs and/or requests may email the registrar.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Joan Ffolliott received her BFA from the University of Washington in sculpture and printmaking. She went on to earn her MFA at the Rhode Island School of Design and was a recipient of a Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant for emerging artists. Joan has exhibited her work in numerous shows around the country and she is included in many private collections. In addition to teaching at RISD, Sonoma State University, and Wheaton College, she is currently a member of the faculty at SUNY Ulster Community College, the Woodstock School of Art, and the owner of Ffolliott Design. She lives and works in Malden-on-Hudson, New York.