The registration has been closed to this workshop until further notice due to Covid-19. If you are interested in taking this workshop please email Meaghan Morrow at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details about how this workshop will be effected by CCP’s temporary closure.
This 4-day workshop will focus on the Solarplate printmaking process. Each participant will have the opportunity to draw, paint, collage, or work with photographic images directly onto a light-sensitized photopolymer plate. The excitement of “hybridized’ works on paper yields many interpretations from a single Solarplate and can be integrated into the monotype process (up to 16 X 20 inches). Participants may try their hand at reworking the image with materials such as gesso, Caran d’Ache crayons, matte medium, and other materials. Although the process may be new, self-directed artists interested in developing a series of one of a kind works will find a strong affinity to this approach. Artists may also feel free to bring their ‘rejects’ or incomplete works to experiment with.
*Solarplates are included*
Image: Dan Welden, Enlightenment, Solarplate with monotype
DAN WELDEN is a Master printmaker and painter, and one of the original ‘Pioneers of Alternative Printmaking’. Dan Welden is a practicing Artist with the ability to share his experiences and bring out the unforeseen qualities of art making. He has been the recipient of residencies and grants, bringing his art, process, teaching and facilitating to every continent, including private collaborations, university workshops and healing centers. Visit Dan at solarplate.com