Exploring The Painterly Aspects Of Screen Printing
October 11, 2020 – October 17, 2020
Screen printers have used screens to create beautiful repeat patterns on fabric for multiple uses. In this workshop students will discover a unique process using screens to build surfaces in a more painterly way. Using textile paints and fiber reactive dyes, participants will use blank screens and various types of stencils to build layers of imagery and create one-of-a-kind compositions. Participants will also explore painting directly on to screens before printing to create work which takes advantage of watercolor and silk painting techniques. Students will be given a unique way of working with this limitless process. Open to all skill levels.
COURSE FEE: $600
Christine Zoller lives in Greenville, North Carolina and is a recently retired associate professor emeritus from East Carolina University where she taught for 22 years. She now looks forward to a full-time life of creating new work, conducting workshops and expanding her business selling silk scarves and beaded jewelry. Zoller has exhibited her work both nationally and internationally and has taught workshops across the country.
In order to complete your registration, a $300 deposit is required.