T1 2020 starts 11 February
INTRODUCTION TO MONOPRINTING
Tutor: Rafael Butron
Day & Time: Tuesdays 6:30pm-9:00pm
9 Week Term
This course introduces the method of Mono printing, using metal plate and acetate in order to create a series of prints that explore this direct and immediate method. Suitable for beginners and those with experience in Painting and Printmaking this course allows the participant to work to their own pace with close supervision.
Mono printmaking is a direct and accessible technique which uses paint in order to create a unique work of art on Paper. It is believed to be widely used during the impressionist era as the artist experimented with the popularized method of Print.
This process simply uses a brush and other experimental tools to apply paint/ink onto the surface, creating a painting in which the a paper is laid on top and pressure is applied to produce a print.
Artists such as Edgar Degas, Bonnard, Matisse and Picasso used this technique to allow a free form of painting to attain an image which can be repeated.
This non toxic course uses no harmful chemicals such as acids or solvents. Traditional techniques will be explored as well as new and innovative approaches to the medium.
This course provides students with the techniques to create a print with minimal materials using an intaglio press.
Introduction to Monoprinting with Rafael Butron, TUESDAYS 6:30pm- 9:00pm
Fine Art Printing Paper eg Arches, Rives BFK approx. $9, Hahnemuhle $7.30, Approx 250gsm) - 56 x 76cm
Dry point needle (Student grade wooden handle $3.35)
Copper or Zinc Plate (15x20cm $9.45 / 15 x 30 cm $14.15)
Acetate aka Plastic Dry point etching plate (19 x 25 cm $1.85 / 25 x 38 cm $3.35)
Paint Oil or Acrylic (must also purchase a retarder for Acrylic paint)
Ink - if you prefer a specific type. (Gamblin or Charbonnelle)
An image to use, may be a drawing, photocopy or other.
Hercules Tough Task Nitrile disposable gloves 75 pk (purchased from Woolworths $9.50 each pk)
Apron (Apollo) $17.75
The Centre will provide:
Some Inks Oil Based Intaglio
Cleaning material / Rags
Press and Storage
It is IMPERATIVE to wear enclosed shoes, long trousers, long sleeved shirt while working within the workshop.
For Art Materials
The Art Scene
914 Victoria Road West Ryde
Please choose carefully as course fees are non-refundable.
Refunds of course fees will only be given if the course is cancelled or a place is not available in the course.Full payment must be made prior to commencement of the course.
Gallery Lane Cove + Creative Studios cannot accept responsibility for changes to students' personal circumstances that prevent attendance.Classes missed are the student’s responsibility and are non-refundable. Students are not entitled to a discount or ‘make-up’ class if they miss a class in any course or classes that they have enrolled in. If a student is aware that he or she cannot attend the full term at the time of enrolment, the organisation is happy to offer pro-rata fees.
Terms and Conditions
You can enrol online or through the office at 164 Longueville road, via phone or in person. Payment in full will confirm your enrolment and is required before commencing the term/workshop. You can pay online, or over the phone with Visa or MasterCard , or at the office with EFTPOS or cash during business hours between 10am-4.30pm.
Gallery Lane Cove + Creative studios reserves the right to amend any class, tutor or schedule. In such circumstances, we will endeavour to provide a substitute class or tutor. Should a class have to be cancelled due to insufficient enrolments, any student enrolled in that class will be contacted and an alternative class or refund arranged. Minimum enrolments are required for all courses. Students are requested to confirm enrolment with payment in full by the due date.