Kitchen Table Printing at D.R.A.W.
Learn how to make beautiful, unique prints using basic techniques such as trace prints and monoprints. Printing may be made by hand at your kitchen table or with a press. Ink is rolled or painted onto a plastic plate that is then covered with a sheet of paper. The artist draws or makes impressions on the back of the paper to create a “trace print”. Or the ink can be painted onto the plate with a brush or rolled on with a brayer to create a monoprint. Experiment with wiping away or adding ink, using stencils and various mark making tools to create dynamic, exciting prints. The beauty of making trace prints and monoprints is the spontaneity and combination of painting, printmaking and drawing techniques. No previous experience in printmaking required.
Carol Struve is a painter who makes prints and resides in Kingston, New York. Her works have been included in numerous regional and national exhibitions including solo exhibitions at A.I.R. Gallery in New York City and the Plains Art Museum, Fargo, ND.
$45 all materials included
10% discount for Y members
Questions contact JoAnna@drawkingston.org