ARTS 44095 Monotype Printmaking

Course Name: ARTS 44095 Monotype Printmaking

Description: Monotype and monoprinting are forms of printmaking in which artists create unique prints through various transfer methods from a plate or matrix onto paper or other substrates.  The course will teach students various painterly techniques (utilizing both additive and subtractive techniques in both oil and water-based inks), stenciling and masking, chine colle, image transfer processes, block printing, overprinting and other various image making techniques.  Students will be encouraged to experiment, play, explore, and layer various techniques to create one-of-a-kind prints.  The course will consist of hands-on demonstrations, slide shows of artist's works, in-class work time, discussions, and critiques.  

Credit Hours: 3

Prerequisites: Print I (for Studio Art majors); exceptions will be made for non-majors by special permission.