Register by November 28, 2015. After that, check availability.
Materials Fee: $100
Brad will be offering a hands on workshop using a provided Gelli Plate and other necessary materials purchased from the materials fee. This workshop will cover additive and subtractive techniques. The monotype medium is very spontaneous compared to other printmaking methods. Brad’s philosophy is based on experimentation and play within the parameters of the process, requiring no prior art skills or training. Each day Brad will do a two-hour morning demonstration, then hands on printing both afternoons. Once you’ve participated in the workshop you will be able to produce more of these fun prints at your own home or studio.
About the instructor
Brad Wilson has a BFA from Sonoma State University and an MFA from Otis/Parsons School of Design. He began creating monotypes in 1976 at Santa Barbara City College and has worked in a variety of media including lithography, intaglio, charcoal, clay, and wood. He has displayed work in galleries and has sold his sculptural tables nationally since 1995.