Make+Take: Screenprinted Monotypes
June 15 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm$42.00
Thursday, June 15, 7-9pm
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About this Workshop:
Come try a painterly approach to screenprinting! We will use acrylic paints on a screenprint to create immediate and colorful monoprints. Bring an image or an idea in mind, and be ready to experiment!
Level: Beginner – no experience necessary!
Registration closes June 7, 2023 and includes all materials.
Sample images by Adi Segal
CLASS MATERIALS LIST:
Registration includes all necessary supplies for class. In addition, students may want to consider bringing the following optional materials:
- Personal apron (or clothes that can get inky)
- Pencil and paper/sketchbook for working out ideas and taking notes
Anne C. Smith is an artist based in Washington, D.C. Working primarily in drawing and silkscreen printmaking, her observations of architecture and wide-open, vast spaces inform her investigation into the relationship between landscape, imagination and belonging. Smith studied silkscreen printmaking with Master Printmaker Lou Stovall while working as his studio assistant. She has also served as master printmaker on a silkscreened book edition at George Mason University’s Navigation Press and collaborated with Ben Ashworth (Finding A Line) on a large wheatpasted mural. She has taught drawing at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, George Mason University and Northern Virginia Community College. She is currently serving as a Screenprint Studio Associate at Pyramid Atlantic Art Center in Hyattsville, MD. Learn more about her work at www.annecsmith.com.