Summer 2019: Printmaking

PAAM’s print studio is an expansive, light-filled space with plenty of elbow room in which to create. Workshop participants have access to 3 etching presses, the largest with a bed size of 24" x 48".
Enjoy printmaking in a non-toxic environment.

Right Brains on the Loose in Chatham with Diane Brinker

August 1
Thursday, 10-4pm

$145, 1 session

Spend a day being guided to loosen up and discover Monotype printmaking – one of the most serendipitous techniques for art and design creating. The appeal of the Monotype lies in the unique translucency that …

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The Painterly Print with Megan Hinton

August 5 - August 7
Monday-Wednesday, 9:30-1:30pm

$225, 3 sessions

Monotype printing is ideal for the painter who would like to produce a body of work on paper. Monoprinting also opens up the contemporary possibility of stepping away from formal easel painting. This workshop will …

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Monoprinting from the Figure with Vicky Tomayko

August 12 - August 16
Monday-Friday, 10-2pm

$400 includs model fee, 5 sessions

Working from a live model, learn a variety of monoprinting approaches and develop a series of images while interpreting the figure in your own unique way. We will be using plexi plates, oil based inks, …

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White Line Woodcuts: Who, What, and Why? with Sally Brophy

August 26 - August 28
Monday-Wednesday, 10-2pm

$300, 3 sessions

What is a white line woodcut? Why use wood when you can just paint on paper? Who came up with this idea? The fun starts right away as we’ll begin with you making your first …

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Right Brains on the Loose in Chatham with Diane Brinker

July 11
Thursday, 10-4pm

$145, 1 session

Spend a day being guided to loosen up and discover Monotype printmaking – one of the most serendipitous techniques for art and design creating. The appeal of the Monotype lies in the unique translucency that …

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The White Line Print with Kathryn Smith

July 15 - July 18
Monday-Thursday, 10-2pm

$400, 4 sessions

Open to all levels, this workshop introduces and explores the single-block method of color printmaking developed in Provincetown in 1916 and known as the “Provincetown Print”. A history of the method is presented, followed by …

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