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Lesson 3: Saturday Morning Non-Toxic Mono Printing Workshop

Saturday, November 7, 2020
10:00 am12:00 pm
Live on Zoom, with reservable hours in the ZACC Print Shop
Lesson 3: Saturday Morning Non-Toxic Mono Printing Workshop

Saturday // Oct 10 // 10 AM-12 PM

This ZOOM workshop is ideal for students who love to draw, paint and/or experiment with mark making. We’ll use rollers and paintbrushes to add color, tissues and Q-tips to lighten areas creating tones and dimension, and found materials to create textures. Students can work from home or make an appointment to use the ZACC Printshop presses.

Lesson 3: Stencils, String and Found Materials// Printing Your Plate // Clean up

Material List
A list of specialized materials needed for the course is available for one-click ordering available at: https://www.dickblick.com/lists/blicku/HBTFJ8LDXDHXI/publicview/
Less expensive options are listed as well.
Clear Acrylic Plate (Blick) I’ll be working with 5x7in acrylic plates. Plexiglass works great but must be flat.
Printmaking Ink
Printmaking Paper
Baren or a metal spoon or bone folder will work as well!
Scrap Paper // an old telephone book, news print, magazines or old mail.
Rags
Inking Palette // glass or plexiglass
Tagboard or Cardboard Scraps
Water Bath (a flat shallow pan or dish that a piece of paper can lay flat and soak in.)
A clean bath towel for blotting paper
Palette knives (a knife for each color)
Q-tips
Tissues
Textured Paper // doilies or napkins
Stencils

Lesson 3: Saturday Morning Non-Toxic Mono Printing Workshop

Saturday, November 7, 2020
10:00 am12:00 pm
Live on Zoom, with reservable hours in the ZACC Print Shop
Lesson 3: Saturday Morning Non-Toxic Mono Printing Workshop

Saturday // Oct 10 // 10 AM-12 PM

This ZOOM workshop is ideal for students who love to draw, paint and/or experiment with mark making. We’ll use rollers and paintbrushes to add color, tissues and Q-tips to lighten areas creating tones and dimension, and found materials to create textures. Students can work from home or make an appointment to use the ZACC Printshop presses.

Lesson 3: Stencils, String and Found Materials// Printing Your Plate // Clean up

Material List
A list of specialized materials needed for the course is available for one-click ordering available at: https://www.dickblick.com/lists/blicku/HBTFJ8LDXDHXI/publicview/
Less expensive options are listed as well.
Clear Acrylic Plate (Blick) I’ll be working with 5x7in acrylic plates. Plexiglass works great but must be flat.
Printmaking Ink
Printmaking Paper
Baren or a metal spoon or bone folder will work as well!
Scrap Paper // an old telephone book, news print, magazines or old mail.
Rags
Inking Palette // glass or plexiglass
Tagboard or Cardboard Scraps
Water Bath (a flat shallow pan or dish that a piece of paper can lay flat and soak in.)
A clean bath towel for blotting paper
Palette knives (a knife for each color)
Q-tips
Tissues
Textured Paper // doilies or napkins
Stencils

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