Draw through or trace monotype is a simple print-making technique where an artist rolls out a layer of pigments such as printer's ink or oil paint and while the pigment is wet the artist lays a piece of paper onto the ink and draws an image onto the paper. The pressure of the drawing picks up the ink and creates a line similar to etching, including plate tone or ‘noise’ from the wet ink. Paul Klee was a master of this technique. You will create drawings and color them with watercolor. The process is very spontaneous and a lot of fun. Prerequisite: None
Recordings of the class live session will be available for 48 hours after the class and is hosted by MS Teams. This class has a supply list link which will come with your registration confirmation.