Participants will be provided with full instruction and assistance in the making of monotype printed images and images from a drypoint printing plate.
$150 / $140 Gosford Regional Gallery members (lunch provided)
These two simple printmaking methods can produce unique and expressive images. In further development and experimentation, the two methods will be combined to produce an image where monotype colour and tone are aligned with dry point line in a single image. These two methods will be fully demonstrated and their significance in the general historic printmaking genre defined. Non-toxic mediums are used in the workshop.
Materials required: personal rubber gloves and work apron. All other tools and mediums are supplied.
Image: Cheryl McCoy (detail)