INTRODUCTION TO PRINTMAKING (FULL)
CLASS FULL – Call the Center to be placed on the waiting list (203-899-7999)
Instructor: Nancy McTague Stock
February 2, 9, 16, 23, 2023, 10AM – 1PM
Thursdays, 4-week workshop
Class size 4-6, All Levels
$300 Members, $350 Non-members
**Includes 4 hours of studio time each week**
This workshop is designed to introduce monotype, linoleum block printing, drypoint, and collagraph. Each week for 30 minutes, the focus will be on the history of each medium along with demonstration. Thereafter, each participant will have the opportunity to work in the new technique and print their work. This workshop is for novice and experienced printmakers who wish to hone their techniques. Nancy will work one-on-one with each participant to accomplish personal goals.
Image: Nancy McTague Stock, Tropic Cool, 2007, Unique Solar Etching, Multiple Drop with Monotype
NANCY MCTAGUE STOCK received a fellowship for post grad work at The Slade School of Art at the University of London in Drawing, an MFA from The Art Institute of Boston in Visual Studies focused on Painting, Printmaking & New Media and holds a BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University in metal-smithing and textiles. Nancy’s varied work has been exhibited at group exhibitions in over ten museums in the United States, with exhibitions in galleries and universities in China, New Zealand, Great Britain, Bulgaria, Serbia and in the US from Los Angeles to New York. Nancy’s work has appeared in the NY Times, Studio Visit Magazine, Art New England Magazine, VCU Arts, CBS Connecticut and The Greenwich Times, among others. Her work is collected by individuals and private and public institutions internationally.
- View the materials list
- Sketchbook notebook
- Portfolio to transport paper
- Bounty Paper Towels
- Plexiglas- CCP will provide plexiglas, but if you have your own please bring.
- Drypoint tools- CCP will provide these tools, but if you have your own please bring.
- Linocut tools- CCP will provide these tools, but if you have your own please bring.
- Carboard pieces, ribbon, lace, string, fabric, aluminum foil, stencils, and other textured items for creating collagraph plates.
- Any inks or paints you prefer