The Painterly Print: Monoprint WorkshopNanci Hersh
Here are some shots from my Painterly Print: Monoprint Workshop at Delaware College of Art & Design this past Sunday. The monoprint process is the most direct and spontaneous of methods of printmaking.
|Photos by Jessica Sturgis,
Director of Communications
Delaware College of Art and Design
A Creative Partnership of Pratt and the Corcoran
Working with a variety of textures the students experimented with color and process and enjoying fun surprises along the way.
|Love these papers that one student brought from India.|
|Meeting new wonderful and creative people is always a bonus in a workshop|
|A workshop is a great way to make time for yourself!|
Monoprints by DCAD student Joel Turner
The print on the left was the first run, printed on Rives BFK White,
the one on the right is the “ghost” print- we ran the plate through the
press a second time without adding any ink.
Printed on Rives BFK Buff.
Look for my Monoprint and Book Arts Workshop in the Winter Catalogue at Delaware College of Art & Design in their Continuing Ed Program.