This activity has been cancelled.
Enhance monotypes by incorporating hand stamped elements, decorative papers and various other collage elements into your prints to create beautiful texture and depth. By printing onto lightweight papers, you will layer imagery onto substrate/base paper. No need to have had previous printmaking experience to enjoy exploring a combination of monotype and mixed media elements. . Instructor: Ellen Miffitt
* Class date changed from March 26 to April 9. Supply List: Kit Bag: Gather your various craft supplies Scissors: one for detail – one for rougher cuts Glue: Paper glue & glue for objects- Yes Paste, white glue, hot glue gun, Duco cement, mod podge, glue stick – bring whatever glue you like best Note: Instructor brings, scissors, glue, rulers, exacto knife, circle cutter, self-healing mat, Mixed media materials: Paintbrushes for various media, various media (acrylic, ink, pens, markers, crayons, stamps & stamp pads, stencils, wire, brads, stapler etc Note: the instructor will share many of the above materials. Bring in if you own and have certain colors that are your favorites. Collage Papers & More: Just about any type of paper, fabric, gauze, netting, screening, etc. Elements/Embellishments The following are suggestions for different types of collectables: Sewing supplies: ribbon, thread, buttons, yarn Jewelry/beads: charms, beads, wire, elastic etc Found objects: keys, watch parts, shells, leaves etc Pictures: from magazines, handwritten letters/poems, old photos, maps, plane tickets. We will follow federal, state, or local COVID-19 guidelines.
Activity Secondary Category
Visual Arts & Crafts
Meeting Room 204 at The Olympia Center