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REMOTE CITRASOLV MONOTYPE TRANSFERS

Instructor: Kerri Sandve

August 5,  2022, 2 – 4 PM EST

Friday, 2 – hour online workshop

All Levels

$65 Members & Non-members



Learn a new image-transfer technique using Citrasolv to create one-of-a-kind monotype prints and the knowledge/skills to experiment with this process on your own. 

In this 2-hour virtual workshop participants will learn proper safety and handling of Citrasolv, image and material considerations for successful transfers, and techniques for transferring images by hand as well as with a printing press. 

 

Image credits: Kerri Sandve

KERRI SANDVE (she/her) is an interdisciplinary artist and writer from St. Paul, MN working under the imprint Carbon Copy Co. Press. She creates printed matter in the form of artist books, zines, + screenprints, as well as sculptural paper works and collages. Her primary methods of making revolve around printmaking, collage, and artist books. Her work centers on memory, personal archive, and human-landscape relationships. These often highlight aspects of connection to the land and to each other, loss, and the non-linearity of time.  Her artist books, zines, and prints reside in multiple collections across the United States, including the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN, and the Newberry Library, Chicago, IL. Sandve holds a BFA in Print, Paper, Book Arts from Minneapolis College of Art and Design and is a teaching artist.Visit Kerri at www.carboncopycopress.com

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*THIS IS A DEMONSTRATION BASED WORKSHOP,  MATERIALS ARE NOT REQUIRED FOR REMOTE WORKSHOPS*

  • Citrasolv Concentrate (can usually be purchased in the cleaning section of any grocery or department store)
  • Brush (1″ flat synthetic fiber brushes work best) 
  • Small glass jar with lid (glass is best as degreaser could eat through plastic)
  • Metal or wooden spoon
  • Bone folder (optional)
  • Printed images from a toner-based/laser printer (high contrast is best)
  • Tape
  • Various materials to transfer your image onto: printmaking paper like Strathmore or Arches (hot press/less textured is best), wood panels, smooth fabrics (Note: Nothing plastic will work)
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