print making

Exploring printmaking


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Tuesday afternoon art classes explored mono-prints for our last session this winter.

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Exploring with primary colors, everyone layered colors together.

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Students explored different types of paper.

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Using scrapers to apply color evenly helped everyone to learn this method of mono-prints.

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Everyone enjoyed the process of creating and spreading bright color.

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Here is an example of a layered mono-print.

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This was fun exploration of printmaking for everyone.  Maybe you can join us for one of our summer camps or workshops.

Leaves


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For our final Wednesday Afternoon Art class students explored printmaking.

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Students learned to create mono prints using rubber molds of leaves.

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Everyone used various colors of tempera paint on the molds.

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The students enjoyed learning the process and creating layers of leaves.

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The creative process engaged all of the participants in the class.

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When our classes resume in 2016 we will be moving to Tuesday Afternoon Art classes.  Hopefully you can join in the fun!

Completion


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Wednesday afternoon students worked hard to complete their monoprints.

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Everyone added details with lines, shapes and various mediums to complete their images.

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Students incorporated colored pencil, acrylic paint, and marker to create wonderful mixed media monoprints.

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Here are examples of the students’ work as they used pop art imagery for their ideas.

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Maybe you can join us for our fall sessions of Wednesday afternoon art classes.

Print making


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Wednesday afternoon art students have been exploring printmaking.

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Students were using their Keith Haring-like shapes to create their prints.

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It was a fun yet challenging experience for everyone.

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The mono-prints will be used to create a bigger image from the beginning prints made at this session.

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It will be fun to see what the prints emerge into as the process continues.

Art Camp Jr.


We had our first Jr. Art Camp this year.  It was small in numbers but huge in fun!

Campers had the opportunity to create some yard art with shapes, patterns and paint.

The yard art takes on a whole new look from above and through a window screen.

Splatter painting in the manner of Jackson Pollock was explored on day 1.

Printing with hands was lots of fun as well.

Crayon making was also part of the creative experience.

It was fun to discover many new ways to create using everyday objects.

Exploring print making by using your hand with various colors was lots of fun.

Everyone became immersed in the creative experience.

Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up. -Pablo Picasso
Art Camp Jr. was a huge amount of creative fun!  I hope you can join us for a future class or workshop at the Art Junction.