This one day workshop will provide basic instructions on how to make monotype prints. We’ll learn about the basics of press use. Monotypes are a type of printmaking that produce one image on paper. Various techniques will be explored such as how to make multi-layered colored prints and reduction. Inspiration for subject matter can come from studying real life objects, printed photos, sketch books, or your imagination! All materials (except paper) will be provided. Rives BFK will be available to purchase.
Please email instructor with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the instructor:
“I highly recommend taking studio classes or seminar time at Radius with Jolyn Fry. She is a wonderful artist and teacher, she establishes a legit space to learn and create, it is relaxing, non-competitive, yet as serious as you wanna make it and take it. Jolyn is very kind and does what she can to help you succeed.” -JR
About the new classroom space: Ulna studio is a creative space located on the 7th floor of the Portland Storage Building on SE Morrison St. There is elevator access for arrival to your in-person class.
We offer a 50% discount to Black, Indigenous, and Trans folks, use the coupon code MAGENTA at check out.