Adult / Teen Workshop Descriptions

Extraordinary Workshops, Extraordinary Teachers

Workshops at Maud Morgan Arts offer an opportunity for intensive engagement in focused topics, taught by specialists in their fields.The groups are small, and attention is individual. Instructors respond to each participant wherever they may be in their artmaking journey.

Programs

Pronto Plate Workshop

Instructor: Stacy Friedman

March 7  – 8, 2020
10 am to 2 pm
Adult / Teen Workshop

Pronto plate printmaking an easy and satisfying form of lithography. Using basic, inexpensive tools, such as sharpie markers and ballpoint pens, you are able to draw directly on the surface of the polyester plate. The plates can also be run through a laser printer or photocopier if you want a more photographic image. You are then able to ink the plate and print directly from your drawing. Though this process is simple, you can easily create complex and dynamic images by printing in various colors, layering multiple plates, or combining them with other printmaking processes.

To see example of Stacy‘s work please visit her website: http://www.stacyfriedmanart.com/

 


Fast and Loose: Monotype Printmaking with a Live Model

Instructor: Robert Siegelman

March 14 – 15, 2020
10 am to 4 pm
Adult / Teen Workshop

Come explore printmaking as a drawing medium. With a nude model as the observational focus, work directly and spontaneously on printing plates with an “all in one” approach and simple monotype techniques that seamlessly integrate printmaking and drawing.

This will be an intensive, fun workshop in a supportive and encouraging environment. Be prepared for challenges, and surprises. No experience in printmaking, figurative work, or drawing is necessary.


Fast and Loose: Monotype Printmaking with a Live Model

Instructor: Robert Siegelman

March 14, 2020
10 am to 4 pm
Adult / Teen Workshop

Come explore printmaking as a drawing medium. With a nude model as the observational focus, work directly and spontaneously on printing plates with an “all in one” approach and simple monotype techniques that seamlessly integrate printmaking and drawing.

This will be an intensive, fun workshop in a supportive and encouraging environment. Be prepared for challenges, and surprises. No experience in printmaking, figurative work, or drawing is necessary.