Sunday | December 3 | 10:00 am – 3:00 pm | Ages 16+
Monotypes are playful one-off prints made by drawing, wiping and/or painting on a smooth, non-absorbent surface such as plexiglass or acrylic sheet with ink. The images can only be printed once but sometimes a second one can be pulled creating a compelling ghost print. We will use a portable printing press we’ll create our prints during this workshop. Paper, rollers and ink are supplied. Bring your own brushes.
All tools and materials provided upon payment of $15.00 Materials Fee. Materials Fee payable to instructor at class.
Meet Your Instructor
Instructor Katie Argyle (BHA., DFA.) is a printmaker, painter and potter. She is interested in the cultural stream, taking inspiration from what she sees and hears around her and playing with the ideas this generates.
Katie holds memberships with the Richmond Hill Group of Artists and the Hill Potters’ Guild. She pursues her studio practice at Necessity Studios, just north of Richmond Hill, in Aurora, Ontario.