Contemporary Monotype with Image Transfers

Tuesday, March 10, 2020
6 - 8:30 PM

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Three Tuesdays: March 10 - 24

Create experimental and spontaneous monotypes — a type of printmaking — using water-based inks on plexiglass plates. Once your monotypes are complete, transfer copies of your own drawings, black and white photographs, and other printed media directly and seamlessly on top!

No experience is required unless noted. The Museum provides student-quality supplies included in the fee unless indicated otherwise.

An art educator for over 20 years, Carrie Markel has taught teachers and students in painting, mixed media, and printmaking. In 2015, Markel was a finalist for Arts Educator of the Year award given by the Arts and Business Council of Sacramento. She has traveled with her students to Washington D.C. to present an original visual performance on the Kennedy Center stage. In 2009 the One Voice project took the artist to Turkey, where she collaborated with educators on a multi-media production themed around tolerance and peace. Carrie earned her BS in Fine Art and design from Sacramento State University and holds a California teaching credential.

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$95 members
$120 nonmembers

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Image courtesy of the instructor.


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