WORKSHOP | PRINTING FROM THE GARDEN
PRINTING FROM THE GARDEN
With the Sonoma Community Center
Join me on Zoom in July as we transition my Spring monotype workshop to an exciting new online format you can safely do in your own home.
We will be experimenting with a unique DIY method called gelatin printmaking. Follow along as we start this class in two parts - I'll show you how to make your own DIY jelly plate using knox gelatin and vegetable glycerin. This project is fun and great for all ages, new artists, and more experienced ones too. And if you can make jello at home, I promise, you can make a jelly plate!
I'll also explain how to prep your art table with a few simple backyard garden clippings, flowers, leaves, and even native weeds! Once the Zoom class begins, we'll experiment together with some botanical plate textures and simple transfers using water-based acrylics or whatever you've got! You can join the fun once you've had time to assemble your project materials and get ready to have a blast printing from nature inside your kitchen, dining room table or art studio.
Visit the Sonoma Community Center website to get on the list and join the workshop:
JULY 18th, 2020
ZOOM FROM 10AM-12NOON PST
LEARN TO PRINT FROM THE GARDEN AT HOME
MORE ABOUT MY WORK
MY SONOMA PRINTMAKING RESIDENCY
January 2020 I completed my first artist printmaking residency with the Sonoma Community Center. As a native of Sonoma County, I was glad to be able to have this nurturing artist experience so close to home. It was an amazing way to start the new year and I learned so much about my process. Lucky for me I've been able to stay on and visit from time to time when I need a break from the Bay Area!