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Old Prints, New Life!

Instructor: Nancy McTague-Stock
Friday, January 12, 2018 through Saturday, January 13, 2018
2-Day Workshop, 10am – 4pm
Class size 4-8, All Levels
$275 members, $325 non-members

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Nancy McTague-Stock invites all of her previous introductory participants to join her for this two day revisit. Brush up on old techniques, learn new techniques, expand on old images or master your craft with Nancy’s guidance. Those who haven’t taken her class before are welcome to expand on their work or hone in on printing techniques. This open syllabus class is your opportunity to solve problems you may have while printing alone.

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 metalsmithing 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.

Visit Nancy at www.nancymctaguestock.com

Image:  Nancy McTague-Stock, Blue Leaf Infusion, Multiple solar etchings with monotype

 

 

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  • Bring old prints! VERY IMPORTANT!
  • Scissors
  • glue stick or lineco archival glue
  • Variety of brushes, sizes should vary
  • 2-4 sheets of 22 ” x 30″ watercolor paper.  Must be at least 140 lb. paper,   Fabriano, Lanaquerelle and Arches are all good brands. Hot press for straight monotypes, Cold press if you want to add other mixed media like pastel on top of prints. DO NOT BUY PAD PAPER
  • acrylics, oils, watercolors, India inks… whatever is your medium
  • photos for representational work
  • For mixed media abstract work, you may want to bring things like plastic netting bags from onions and potatoes, plastic strawberry boxes and corrugated cardboard, bottle caps, anything that can make a mark!
  • Lace, ribbons, old postcards, old letters, postage stamps, fabric samples, any type of memorabilia is great. If you like you can bring stamps and stamp pads with letters or symbols, PRESS TYPE, rice papers, and more!
  • Crayons, markers, colored pencils, aquarelle pencils and crayons, stencils, markers, pastels, pastel pencils or sticks, whatever you have on hand!
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