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Marker Mono-Printing With Angie, 9-12 years old
In this one time course, students will learn about printmaking. We will make a mono-print with items you probably already have at home.
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One of the exciting things with printmaking is that it creates unexpected results. We do not always know what the print will reveal before we lift the printing plate. Join me in this hands on class as I introduce printmaking and show examples of different types of professional prints. I encourage discussion and questions from students. I also encourage students to show their work to the class. If this is not something they want to participate in that is fine, as well. Before we are...
Students will learn to make a mono-print. How to line the paper and plate up before the print is made. How to add to the print with soft pastels and how to clean up the print and sign the print. Terms: Vertical, Horizontal, Horizon, Landscape, Dominance, Balance, Contrast.
There will not be any homework.
Heavy white paper: water color paper or card-stock. around 9"x12" size Water based markers: Crayola or other washable markers Tin foil (preferably) or plastic (zip-lock bag with zip cut off) Spray bottle with water Either soft pastels, chalk pastels, conte crayons, oil pastels, or other chalk or crayon. sharpened pencil artist eraser, or other eraser
I will check understanding intermittently through class to be sure they are not confused and to answer any questions.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Angela CraineArt with Angie
6 total reviews
13 completed classes
I am an art teacher with 17 years experience teaching children in public schools, private schools, home school groups, Art League classes and one-on-one tutoring. All children are naturally creative, so as an art teacher I do not stop at simply...