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The Endless Monotype

May 22 - 27, 2022

Althea Murphy-Price  ·  altheamurphyprice.com


Workshop at a glance

A fun and effortless way to create one-of-a-kind prints using drawing materials, photo images, and silkscreen printing methods.

Techniques

  • Monotype screenprint
  • Variety of monotype print methods
  • Translating photo digital images into printmaking
  • Laser print transfers

Materials

  • Printmaking inks
  • Water-soluble drawing materials
  • Paint brushes and paper
  • Student photo images

Outcomes

  • Completing a large body of prints
  • Silkscreen printing methods

Artist Bio

Althea Murphy Price is professor in the printmaking program at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She received her MA from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, and her MFA from the Tyler School of Art, at Temple University. Murphy-Price maintains an active artistic practice and exhibits her work in numerous national venues. Her work has been featured in Art Papers Magazine, Printmaking: A Complete Guide to Materials and Process, Printmakers Today, and the Contemporary Impressions Journal.
Arrowmont Connections

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Workshop Description

In this workshop students will participate in a fun and free-form approach to monotype screen printing. You will discover that the screen-printed monotype is an exciting way to translate the immediacy of drawing and painting into printmaking. Participants will use various water-soluble drawing materials to learn how to create numerous monotype prints using silk-screen print techniques. In addition, students will be introduced to traditional monotype techniques using printmaking inks and learn how to translate photo imagery into printmaking. All methods in this workshop can be used interchangeably. Using a printing press, mixing ink, and paper handling will also be covered. Open to all skill levels.

COURSE FEE: $690  ·  materials list



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