Monotype Printmaking Workshops with Sasha Linda Wasko / September 15-16, 2012
An extensive two day workshop exploring the Monotype process, Mix Media, Collage, Chine Colle’ and designed for the novice & experienced
The workshop will cover the following techniques: multiple plate monotypes, stencils, calligraphs, viscosity monotypes, chine colle’, and mixed media. The class includes a discussion on various papers, inks, and tools for the monotype printing. Each person will explore their own creative visions while solving artistic and technical problems.
Emphasis is given to helping each student develop a personal knowledge of the process. The class gives each student the opportunity to pursue in depth a project not limited to the monotype process but also encompassing the student’s own way of making art. The end product will encompass, on the second day, a detail critique of the students art works helping them with a direction in pursuing their vision for their artwork.
Sasha Wasko – internationally known artist & educator. Honors, Awards & Exhibitions in United States, Europe, Africa, Australia & Japan 25 years experience as an Art Instructor: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) & Art Institutes. Art Reviews in: FOCUS, Santa Fe Magazine, ALBUQUERUQUE JOURNAL, Albuquerque; GALLERY and STUDIO Magazine, Soho, New York; BOSTON GLOBE, Massachusetts; The ENUGU NEWS, Nigeria, Africa; & The NEWS, Mexico.
Artist-In-Residence for New Mexico & the 7th International Global Culture Center Show in Nigeria, Africa; Received Partners in Education and New Mexico Arts Council grants, served as a juror for art shows, worked as a Program Director and Moderator for WGBH-TV/Boston, and a Lecturer for numerous symposiums.
When: September (15,16) (22,23) (29,30)
Where: Wasko Gallery/Studio, Country Ranch Setting off of County road 14 (call for directions) Santa Fe, NM 87508
Time: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Cost: $180 for two days, $110 for one day plus Materials Fee: $20 Deposit: $45 to reserve a space.
Max. Attendees: 5
Website/Blog Address: http://www/facebook.com/waskosstudio
Note: Wasko Art Studio is across from Allen Houser sculpture gardens and museum. You can arrange to visit his gardens and also do the workshop.