Monotypes Using Gelatin Plates (Ages 16+)

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Monotypes Using Gelatin Plates (Ages 16+)


Dates/Times: Friday, March 22, 2019, from 7:00pm to 9:00pm and Saturday, March 23, 2019, from 12:00pm to 4:00pm

Teaching Artist: Gail Hercher

Cost: $85.00 per person (includes both sessions)

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Back by popular demand! Used by seasoned artists yet easy enough for the beginner to do at home, monotypes using gelatin prints is a fast, fun, color-filled experience in printmaking. Students will learn to make their own gelatin plate, use a variety of tools to create expressive and spontaneous imagery, and employ water based inks to generate multiple prints to take home. This class is for everyone age 16 and over. All skill levels are welcome, and all supplies are provided. The cost of this class is $85.00 per person and includes both sessions. Pre-registration is required and online registration is preferred. Having trouble registering for class online? Please call us at (805) 525-5554. 

About Our Teaching Artist: Gail Hercher is a printmaker, bookbinder, and papermaker who currently resides in Ojai, California. Previously, Gail taught drawing, design, and color at Montserrat College of Art and Salem State College in Massachusetts, as well as in museums and art centers. For many years she also served as an artist-in-residence in schools through the Massachusaetts Cultural Council. During her years in Hawaii, Gail taught weaving and mosaic work at the Honolulu Museum of Art and The Kamehameha School Creative Arts Program. Visit Gail’s website: