The Multiplicities of the Monotype Workshop with Don Krumpos | Peninsula School of Art

Friday, June 29, 2018 (All day) to Saturday, June 30, 2018 (All day)

Concept and Experience
This workshop introduces basic monotype printmaking processes, materials, and equipment with an emphasis on the variability and multiplicity of the medium. Discover the relationship between this process and other disciplines, as you experiment with a variety of techniques.

Demonstrations will address general printmaking techniques, including ink mixing, color theory, iteration of the multiple, materials safety, and press use, as well as monotype specific techniques, such as subtractive and additive painting, stencils, and more. Plenty of hands-on practice will be a priority. Open to all leves, however knowledge of two-dimensional elements of art and design is helpful

Open to all levels.

Instructor Bio
Don Krumpos grew up on a farm in Northeast Wisconsin cobbling together inventions from his father's cast-iron machinery and developing a kinship for bric-a-brac and found objects. He is an art educator an dmakes work that embraces the spectacle of live performance and the particpatory nature of the art making viewing processes. Don also runs Jabberwock Studio and Gallery in Algoma, showcasing work by regional and national artists.

To learn more and register, please visit our website or call us at 920.868.3455.

Location and contact
Peninsula School of Art
Fish Creek  Wisconsin  54212
United States
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