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An image of a printed collage using the monotype technique.

Taster Day: Introduction to Monotype

April 27 @ 10:00 am4:00 pm

with Sally Weatherill

Monotype printmaking is a very immediate and intuitive process in which unique prints are produced by adding and/or subtracting ink from a plate which is then printed onto paper. In this course, two methods of the flexible and experimental medium of monotype printmaking will be introduced.  

We will experiment with textural papers and stencils to create multi-layered prints and will also explore a subtractive method of monotype, where the image is formed using a variety of marks to remove ink from the plate. 

Graphic, textural or painterly results can be achieved, depending on which monotype technique is used. Techniques can be combined; the possibilities are endless. 

All materials will be included, but please feel free to bring along any interestingly textured papers or netting, etc to use with the monotypes.

Beginners course 

Max. 6 spaces
£65 per person

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Cancellation Policy: Tickets for all Print Workshop Courses can be cancelled up to one month beforehand. Refunds will be given after this date only if the place is re-sold.

About Sally

Sally Weatherill is an abstract artist working in both paint and print. Her themes include transience and memory often explored through the palimpsest. 

Sally studied art history and textile design in the US before moving to the UK where she set up a studio on the Essex/Suffolk border. She worked as a successful textile designer and weaver for over 20 years before pursuing an MA in Fine Art at the City and Guilds of London Art School. She is currently a Print Fellow at CGLAS.