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Printmaking

Hand-Printed Monotype 1 (ONLINE) PR 604EH_ON

$225

with Tony Rosati

Calendar Sep 19, 2020 at 10 am, runs for 6 weeks

REGISTRATION STILL AVAILABLE!

Join Tony Rosati, Chair of the PAFA Printmaking Department, from his home studio for this live Zoom monotype class.  Monotypes are unique painterly prints created by painting and drawing with ink on a slick surface and transferring the image onto paper by way of a press or hand printing.  This course will focus on hand-printed methods, introducing students to a variety of additive and subtractive techniques, exploring working in both color and black and white. Mixed media approaches, an array of paper choices, and green cleanup methods will also be presented. 

Materials List : Rosati PR 604EH_ON -1

Zoom Technical Requirements

CE Policy Guide_Fall 2020

Image:

Tony Rosati, Hillside with Trees and Fissure, oil paint monotype on gray wove paper, 17 3/4 x 24 7/8 in., collection of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, accession # 1986.35, John S. Phillips Fund purchase

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The Portable Print (ONLINE) PR 615PP_ON
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The Portable Print (ONLINE) PR 615PP_ON

$350

with Shushana Rucker

Learn to make your own fine art prints without a press or special equipment!  Create your own “portable” print-shop to use at home or to create plein air works outdoors. Gain the confidence and expertise to perform the following techniques on your own:  relief, oil- and water-based monotype, Gauguin monotype, stencil printing on fabric, stamp printing, solar etching, and paste paper making.  A demonstration on how to make a portfolio to store paper and prints and simple framing techniques will be provided.  Comprehensive online instruction is comprised of video demonstrations, guides, and assignments with regular instructor feedback.  Live Zoom sessions will be held every Thursday, 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Learning Objectives

• Gain an understanding of the basic processes in printmaking and receive an overview of its history.

• Gain experience in relief and intaglio techniques.

• Students will produce a variety of images using different printmaking techniques

• Gain an understanding of how to create prints without a shop.

Note: This course is also available for 1.0 undergraduate credit for $525

Materials List : Rucker PR615PP_ON

Zoom Technical Requirements

CE Policy Guide_Fall 2020 

History of the Printed Image

$75

with Tony Rosati

Calendar Oct 2, 2020 at 1 pm, runs for 4 weeks

Join Tony Rosati, Chair of the PAFA Printmaking Department for a selected array of important prints and books spanning the 15th to the 21st centuries.  Learn about artists in their context and the evolution of various printmaking mediums.  View and discuss traditional and contemporary milestone prints and books from the collections of the PAFA museum, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the National Gallery of Art and the Library of Congress.

Register by:  September 25

Materials List : Rosati PR 660EO_ON

Zoom Technical Requirements

CE Policy Guide_Fall 2020

Will run

Hand-Printed Monotype 2 (ONLINE) PR 604EH_ON

$225

with Tony Rosati

Calendar Oct 31, 2020 at 10 am, runs for 6 weeks

Join Tony Rosati, Chair of the PAFA Printmaking Department, from his home studio for this live Zoom monotype class.  Monotypes are unique painterly prints created by painting and drawing with ink on a slick surface and transferring the image onto paper by way of a press or hand printing.  This course will focus on hand-printed methods, introducing students to a variety of additive and subtractive techniques, exploring working in both color and black and white. Mixed media approaches, an array of paper choices, and green cleanup methods will also be presented. 

Register by:  October 23

Materials List : Rosati PR 604EH_ON -2 

Zoom Technical Requirements

CE Policy Guide_Fall 2020

Image:

Tony Rosati, Hillside with Trees and Fissure, oil paint monotype on gray wove paper, 17 3/4 x 24 7/8 in., collection of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, accession # 1986.35, John S. Phillips Fund purchase





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