March 24, 2018, 9am – 12 noon
Class Fee: $30 for members or $35 for non-members, $8 materials fee.
Class size: Maximum per class – 6; minimum per class – 2
Students will learn to use a gelatin printing plate, basic printmaking tools, acrylic paint, ink, stencils, stamps and found objects in the application of basic composition and design elements such as line, texture, color, value, form, shape and space, while making individually unique, vibrant monoprint projects suitable for framing, gift giving, or as elements of further developed projects.
Level: Beginner. Drawing or printmaking skills are not required. There is no minimum or maximum age limit. I have taught this class to preschoolers as young as two and three years old, middle school age children, teenagers and adults.
Instructor Bio: Juliana Cotton is a mixed media artist who paints, draws and works in paper and fabric using various surface design techniques to design her own creations to use in her art and sewing projects. She has a background in printmaking and completed a Bachelor of Science degree with a minor in studio art at Middle Tennessee State University. She has also studied fabric dyeing, surface design and art quilting at various workshops over the past four years. Juliana began teaching gelatin monoprinting classes in 2017 and has taught at the Moore County Public Library and the Tullahoma Art Center.