Tuesday, October 8, 2019 6:30-9pm
Class Fee: $35 non-member, $30 member of Artists of Rubber City
Instructor: Joan Colbert
A monotype is a painterly print from a unique surface, so called because only one image can be pulled – once transferred it is virtually impossible to replicate.
The workshop includes a brief introduction to a few traditional techniques: subtractive, additive and tracing. Artists can then explore additional materials and combine processes and media. Because monotype methods are limitless (and a little unpredictable at times), plan for a playful session of experimentation and spontaneity.
All materials and tools provided.
About the Instructor:
A graduate of the University of Akron, Joan currently paints and exhibits and has won numerous awards in both juried shows and art festivals. In 2005 she was honored with the Outstanding Visual Artist award, presented at the biennial Arts Alive! and the Lifetime Achievement award by Arts Alive! in 2019. Her experience includes graphic work for both the City of Akron and the Akron-Summit County Public Library. She continues to do freelance illustration and promotions along with private commissions. Her home was featured in Artist in Residence – The West Hill Tour of Expressive Addresses in 2003. Artwork is available at Joan Colbert Studios, 140 East Market Street, Akron, Ohio (third floor – Summit Artspace) and at Don Drumm Studios & Gallery.