Gage now offers printmaking for everyone! Whether you are an absolute beginner making your first monotype or a seasoned veteran practicing your craft, there is always more to learn at Gage!

Fall 2019 Printmaking Programs

Printmaking Techniques: Advanced – Klara Glosova
Friday | 9/20-11/8 | 9:00 A.M.-1:00 P.M.

In this printmaking class students will dive deeper into the printmaking processes. In addition to monotype students will work with drypoint: a printmaking technique of the intaglio family, in which an image is incised or drawn into a plate with a hard-pointed “needle” of sharp metal. Other printmaking methods will be introduced in response to students’ interest. This class is an opportunity to develop your own projects under the instructor’s guidance. Together we will learn new methods and troubleshoot technical issues to get the results you are looking for as well as some unexpected surprises.

Intermediate Level
Gage Capitol Hill

Printmaking Techniques: All levels – Klara Glosova
Friday | 9/20-11/22| 1:30-4:30 P.M.

Learn the fun and playful printmaking technique of monotype. Monotype is a basic printmaking technique where artists draw, paint, use stencils, and otherwise manipulate the smooth surface of a printing plate, typically acrylic or copper. Come and experiment with various materials. Students will create one of a kind art and multiple edition prints. Monotype doesn’t require special chemicals and extensive technical knowledge, and for this reason it is one of the most accessible printmaking techniques. Recommended for all level of experience as well as for painters looking to learn more about the breakdown and structure of images (such as color and composition).

All Levels Welcome!
Gage Capitol Hill





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